The second-annual “Run for the Donut” is planned and ready to go.
Runners are advised to lace up their shoes and start preparing for the 5K race hosted by the Rainy Running Club, the Municipality of Emo, and the “Run for the Donut” committee.
You are invited to run or walk the scenic route at the Lions Park in Emo, then enjoy doughnuts and prizes at the finish line!
Registration forms are available at the Emo municipal office and the CIBC branch in Emo or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The entry fee is $10 (or $20 if you would like a commemorative T-shirt).
Those interested are asked to register by Oct. 12 if you would like a shirt to ensure you get your preferred size.
Then mark Saturday, Oct. 20 on your calendar and plan on participating in this year’s “Run for the Donut” (race time is 10 a.m.)
See you there!
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The next men’s fellowship breakfast will be held this Saturday (Sept. 22) at 8 a.m. at the Emo Legion.
Pastor Kasey, interim pastor at the Christian Reform Church in Emo, will be the guest speaker.
Come for delicious breakfast and enjoy fellowship with old and new friends.
Men and boys of all ages are welcome, with the cost being $12/person.
For more information, call Larry at 482-3104.
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The next “Country Jam” will take place this Friday (Sept. 21) at the Emo Legion, with the music starting around 7 p.m.
Admission is $2, which is used to help pay the bill for the lights and air conditioning.
If you love to dance, or just like sitting and listening to some old country tunes, then mark the date on the calendar, bring a friend, and plan on having a wonderful evening.
The bar will be open for adult refreshments and the kitchen staff probably will cook you up some snacks if you show up hungry.
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The Rainy River-Baudette Border Lions Club is selling raffle tickets on a 21-foot Princecraft pontoon boat, complete with a 90 h.p. Mercury motor and a trailer.
The winning ticket will be drawn this Saturday (Sept. 22) at 6 p.m. during the Rainy River Walleye Tournament.
Ticket cost $20 each and only 3,000 have been printed.
All proceeds will go to the RR-BB Disaster Relief Fund.