Dr. Jeremy McGuire visited Mrs. Gurski's Grade 4/5 class at St. Francis school on Friday morning to talk to them about the skeletal and muscular systems of the human body. Dr. McGuire also imparted the importance of maintaining flexibility and fitness levels in life in order to maintain a higher level of health and mobility as people age.
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Could there be a killer among these Fort Frances High School students as they rehearsed a scene for their fall play, “Scared Silly" on Saturday evening? The spooky comedy is made up of nine short skits in an anthology style similar to "Creepshow" or "Tales from the Crypt," and will have audiences howling with laughter even as the chills race down their spines.
DJ Payne, left, and Josh Ward dropped their votes in the ballot boxes during Fort Frances High School's Student Vote 2019 this morning in the high school atrium. The votes have been taking place most of this week, with students able to go to the atrium, learn about the local representatives and platforms of each federal party, and cast a vote for their choice.
Singer Ken Lavigne, front, shared the stage with a standee of Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney during his performance at the Townshend Theatre on Thursday. The classically-trained tenor was touring his “Three Knights with a Tenor” show as part of the Tour de Fort season, which saw him performing songs from McCartney's catalogue of hits as well as Sir Elton John and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Charlie Brown and the rest of the Peanuts gang are coming to Fort Frances, just in time for Christmas.
Local actor, musician and songwriter Trevor Barker will be directing a stage version of “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” based on the 1965 CBS holiday special.
Students at Fort Frances High School lines up for the offerings from the cafeteria on Friday. The cafeteria is being run by The Caf Co, and Friday's menu offered chicken caesar wraps, meat and cheese bowls, yogurt parfaits and two different kinds of smoothie.
It was a break in the weather that couldn't have worked out any better.
The Fort Frances branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) held their sixth-annual “Steps Against Stigma” 5k walk/run last Wednesday night at the Sorting Gap Marina.
Even before the event concluded, organizers were excited by the turnout and support they saw.
Students at Fort Frances High School are teaming up with Sunset Country Ford to help those in need.
During the month of October, the students and Ford staff will be collecting non-perishable food items for the “WE Scare Hunger” campaign.
Members of the Riverside Health Care team sported their own message about breast health at CMHA Fort Frances' “Steps Against Stigma” 5k glow run last Wednesday evening. The Riverside team had more than 30 members to show up to support the event, along with teams from several other health care providers in Fort Frances, including Dr.
Brynna Strain went the whole nine yards when it came to dressing for the occasion at CMHA Fort Frances' “Steps Against Stigma” 5k glow run last Wednesday. Nearly 240 walkers and runners took part in this year's event.