Thunder tickets available in Emo

Anyone wanting advance tickets to the Borderland Thunder games in Fort Frances, you can now get them at Variety Village here in Emo.
It is better than standing in line at the Memorial Sports Centre.
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What would you do if you received a car for your birthday? Well, without mentioning any names, this happened to a pleasant lady in our community. It was given to her by her children on her 75th birthday.
Not bad, especially when what you had has run its course. I’m sure it was much appreciated.
Congratulations. Have a nice 75th birthday and many more in the future!
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The United Church Women of Emo will hold their fall tea and bazaar, featuring a white elephant table, this Friday (Nov. 2) from 1:30-3:30 p.m. at the church hall. Everyone is welcome.
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The Bingo last Thursday evening at the Emo Legion went over with a good attendance. This is just one of the several to follow once a month over the winter.
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The school council at Our Lady of the Way School is raffling off a handmade quilt on Dec. 19. Tickets cost $1 each.
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Cribbage winners at the Emo Legion last Wednesday (Oct. 24) were Gerald and Loraine Bullied (high), with consolations to Sis Woolsey and Rudy Meyers. Joan Buttazoni won the door prize.
Remember the monthly cribbage and 500 games will be held at the Legion this Saturday (Nov. 3). Please phone the Legion by Friday (Nov. 2) if you plan to attend.
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A craft sale, featuring gifts for all occasions, will be held Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Stratton curling rink. To book a table, contact Wanda (483-5885) or Colleen (483-5330).
See you there!
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Remembrance Day services are being planned for Sunday, Nov. 11, beginning with a church service at the Emo Legion at 10 a.m. Cenotaph services will follow at Barwick (11 a.m.), Stratton (11:45 a.m.), Devlin (2 p.m.), and Emo (2:45 p.m.)
The annual Remembrance Day banquet is slated for 6 p.m. at the Emo Legion. Tickets cost $10 for adults and $5 for children aged 12 and under.
After supper, people can enjoy the music of the Borderland Community Orchestra. Everyone is welcome.
Lest we forget.
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Upcoming Christmas events include the CWL tea and bazaar Saturday, Dec. 1 at St. Patrick’s Parish Hall and the Our Lady of the Way Christmas tea and bazaar Saturday, Dec. 8 at the school in Stratton (times to be announced).
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St. Patrick’s parish held a fall supper Sunday night in Emo, which attracted about 100 people. Fr. James Panikulam asked Fr. Tom of International Falls to say grace.
Fr. James also thanked the kitchen staff in preparing the feast, which definitely was enjoyed by everyone. Kitchen staff included Cathy James, Charlotte Mann, Terry Mann, Fr. James, and Heather Oltsher—plus whoever helped with the dishes afterwards.

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