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Maddy and Carter Williams got some candy from Darren and Chantal Derendorf at the Gold Star Taxi trunk set up in the library parking lot for “Trunk-or-Treat” last Thursday evening. The perennially popular event draw somewhere between 800 and 1,000 kids and adults this year. See story, more photos A5.

Shark and boat

Coordinated costumes are always a win, and brothers Felix and Declan Scott nailed their small-town “Jaws" remake at "Trunk-or-Treat” on Thursday evening. You're gonna need a bigger boat.

FFHS food drive

Sunset Country Ford staff and students from Fort Frances High School showed off all of the non-perishable food items that were donated and collected over the month of October as part of the WE Scare Hunger campaign. Donations were collected at the dealership and the school throughout the month, and had special collection days at Safeway and the “Trunk-or-Treat” event.

Shine the light

Fort Frances mayor June Caul, left, Riverside Community Counselling Services' community family violence counselor Jacquee Loerzel and Riverside Community Counselling Services director Lisa Belluz displayed the flag that was raised at the Fort Frances Civic Centre on Friday in recognition of the “Shine the Light” campaign, as well as woman abuse prevention month in Fort Frances.

Fire family

Ashley, left, Louis and Danny Boileau celebrated Halloween and fire safety at the same time with a family costume during “Trunk-or-Treat.” Event organizers put the number of people who attended this year between 800 and close to a thousand.

Fine line opening

Jean Richards, front left, Laurel Perry, Evelyn Barker, Penny Faragher, Emily Hyatt, back left, and Ed Halvorsen gathered for a photo during the opening of the Fine Line Art Gallery's new location at 326 Scott St. on Friday. Each member of the group has contributed art to the gallery.

Trip of the month (bov)

Riverside Community Counselling Service's community family violence counsellor Jacquee Loerzel and Kiwanian Robin Wright displayed the winning ticket on Friday morning for the Fort Frances Kiwanis Club's “Trip of the Month” draw for November at International Travel Services. This month's winners were Sylvia Hyatt and Tim Rowe who won a trip to Varadero, Cuba valued at $4,500.

Fine line ribbon cutting

Emily Hyatt, left, Mayor June Caul and Jean Richards celebrated the official opening of the Fine Line Art Gallery's new location at 326 Scott St. on Friday afternoon. The new gallery space is the group's third since it opened in the fall of 1995, and Richards said while the new building's work area is a bit smaller than their last location, the rest of the building is perfect.

Trunk or Treat

Lauryn Marchant, left, Sam Hammond, Katrina Slomke, Morgan Vanderaa and Tayah Badiuk manned the trunk for Fort Frances High School during “Trunk or Treat" at the Fort Frances Public Library on Halloween.