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1 The Westend Weekly Bringing Communities Together Box, 0 Fifth St., Rainy River, ON P0W 1L0 Ph , Fax , . Vol. 2, No. 19 Wednesday, August 19, 201 Serving the Rainy River District for over 2 years! Read us on line at Check out the pictures on line. They are so good! Destination Emo Fair! Joelle Bruyere dutifully paints a flower on the face of Zaeli White for a donation during the Music in the Park event. Of all the rides the Emo Fair has to offer, which one was your favourite? Vayda Steele took a quick break from getting sprayed before running off to the next sprinkler. The beloved donkey was camera shy and hid behind Lorne and Emma-Lou Manion-Dillion (all the way from Oshawa) at Emo Fair's petting zoo. Austin Mason worked at his own booth, displaying some of the sculptures he's been working on since he started his craft years ago. Reneé Martin-Brown and her I Am Awesome... And I Know It volunteers were happy to sing, face paint, sell candy, flip burgers and many other things for a cause close to their heart. Logan Teeple capped off his second year with H with Dennis, his entry for this year's steer auction. by Melissa Friesen Emo was undeniably the hot spot of the district this week. From Wednesday to Sunday, there was something for people to do - even if that means the big job of cleaning up on Sunday. Wednesday evening was a special event at the famous splash park. Families with children, older adults, and even some young people propped up their lawn chairs to enjoy Music in the Park. It was a fundraiser organized by Renee Martin-Brown as part of her annual I Am Awesome... And I Know It self-esteem retreat for girls. There were guest singers for entertainment, tons of food and drinks to keep bellies happy, and activities galore for all the little explorers. From face painting to singing in the rain (a.k.a. the splash park) to exploring on the scavenger hunt, to enjoying the park's readily available playground, kids were running freely while their parents enjoyed the ambiance. Although participant is encouraged to raise at least 00 to attend the retreat (happening in late September), the collective made an initiative to do something as a group. Each girl was responsible for some element of the evening, using their talents to support other, serve the community, and raise money for their retreat. But that was just the first night of the extended weekend of festivities in Emo. The Rainy River Valley Agricultural Society's annual fair just happened to come on some of the hottest days this summer. Everyone felt it. Whether you were getting caked with dust at the races, or trying to sell product in the arena, or simply waiting in line for your favourite ride: the heat was no joke. As I walked through the exhibition hall, I was reminded of how many people it takes to run this kind of event: hours spent over quilts and fine tuning recipes, finding just the right lightning for a photograph, and planting, fertilizing and caring for seeds that would turn into carrots or zucchini. The community looks its best when people come together. In fact the fair is largely about supporting the endeavours of the local people, including the smallest! Rustin Chartier and Cassandra Armstrong are this year's Mini King and Queen. Emo Fair's 201 Queen is Caitlin Anderson. It's a weekend full of prizes of all varieties. In the stands around the cattle barn, folks well versed in farming and others just plain curious gathered to watch the young farmers bring out their prized steers. Each participant walked into the pen with countless hours of early morning feedings and sacrifices behind them. It was Hayden Haw who won the award for having the worst luck. Shortly after he picked his steer last fall, it bloated and he had to start all over again. Sure enough, a story of determination was all the buyers needed to hear to bid excitedly. Even most of the rides and carnival games are supervised by local residents. Cassie Jenny Hammond stood proudly with "Rango, like the movie". This year she enjoyed being a youth leader and facilitating debates and brain activities for the kids. Hayden Haw's sturdy steer weighing in at 1280 went for.10/pound after a fierce bidding war which was eventually won out by Myron Romaniuk of Gillons Insurance. Gabriel Vargas wasn't the least bit scared of the water and ran through the splash park with confidence and glee. Quitunen, local Emo resident, has been working for Select Shows for summers. I chatted with her while she was stationed at Gone Fishin'. When I asked her how she got into the business, her answer was pretty simple. "I've known these people since I was 1," she said as Brianna Eldridge sang as part of the evening's entertainment. she pointed behind her to the house she grew up in. She's been coming to the fair for years and finally decided to work at it. It's been a good decision so far. "I love interacting with everybody. I love seeing kids getting excited about the game." The worst part? Surprise, surprise, it's "the Sullivan Spires, Daniel Young, and Gordon Carmichael (L to R) have at least 2 things in common: they all like ferris wheels and the Toronto Blue Jays. When attendees were too tired to walk, they simply waited for the colourful train to come their way. Sarah Fedorak didn't waste a moment of her time on the trampoline, attempting flips and letting her hair fly. heat." Also, she has to pay to tion to create these kinds of ride the rides just like everyone events, people from far and else. wide had a good time in Emo Thanks to good weather, hard this week. working folks, and the innova- Martin Dufresne Are you paying too much for your insurance? Call us for a free no obligation quote. Proudly Serving the Entire Rainy River District Walter Bloedow Scott Street, Fort Frances

2 Page 2, The Westend Weekly, August 19, 201 Moos by Kim Jo Bliss passings Well we certainly had a Smokin Hot Fall Fair! I am not just referring to the extreme temperatures either! The cattle show was awesome and I think because of the hot days the cattle were too warm to misbehave. The -H Show had 10 beautiful heifers and 2 top-notch steers! The Steer Auction was like no other and it gave me another reason to be so proud of this great community we live in! Yes, the heat made things difficult but it is still better than pouring rain like we have experienced so many times. My friend, Aaron Bujold went home with the Grand Champion Female in our Open Cattle Show. Aaron has been working hard to take that title home and had a great group of Hereford animals at the show. Aaron works all year long training, trimming and preparing for the Fair I am so proud of what a great farm-boy he is! The Fair is the Beef Clubs Achievement Program and it is a big weekend for the members it is great to see how their hard work pays off I think they are all winners when they successfully show their animals without much trouble. Some of the class winner s include: Champion Senior Showman Jessica Haw Reserve Senior Showman Leroy Rempel Champion Intermediate Showman- Ayden Gushulak- Kelly Reserve Intermediate Showman Kailey Croswell Champion Junior Showman Avery Cates Reserve Junior Showman Brett Schram Champion Novice Showman Bradley Teeple Reserve Novice Showman Kenna LeBlanc OVERALL Champion Showman Jessica Haw OVERALL Reserve Showman Kailey Croswell rd OVERALL Leroy Rempel (Showmanship is the class that they are judging you on New at Badiuk s Outlander L From 7,299 Power, reliability and handling at the most accessible price ever. and how well you display and handle your animal.) Grand Champion Beef Heifer Kenna LeBlanc Reserve Champion Beef Heifer Bradley Teeple Grand Champion Steer Jessica Haw Reserve Champion Steer Andrea Schram rd Morgan Haw th Brett Schram th Avery Cates th Malena Flatt (This is judged on your animals also note 2 families had the top steers!) The Top Placing first year steer club member is given a Cash Award in memory of Rod Salchert it was Brett Schram. Logan Teeple was chosen by Cody Carson (ringmen for the show) for the Gary Teeple Memorial Award. We also give out a Hard-Luck Award in memory of Rod Salchert and this year we chose Hayden Haw. Hayden had his steer picked out last fall but he bloated and died. The steer he had to show was only a year old but they did a fine job of feeding him and he looked awesome! We have never seen such a great steer auction! LH North (Dave Heyens) paid.10 per lb for Hayden Haws excellent steer. All steers sold extremely high and we thank our community for supporting our program and our members. We still have a few awards yet to be handed out we now have carcass awards so once the steers are graded we will have a few more winners to mention. The Rainy River Hereford Association Guess the Weight seen lucky winners this year! Ken McKinnon, Tracy Hyatt & Clayton Teeple guessed right on the money. The heifer weighed The 00 Beef Package was won by Patrick Blackwell from Kenora. The Hereford Association also sponsors the Andy Carpenter Memorial Herdsman Award and was won by Bradley Teeple! Bradley had a wonderful weekend and even though showing many times before this was his first official -H Year and he was one happy boy! The Stall Award Winners were: (Which are sponsored by The Rainy River Hereford Association and the Rainy River Federation of Agriculture.) 1st Kim Jo Bliss KJB Herefords 2nd Ted & Deb Zimmerman - Zimmerman Farms rd Jason & Chantelle Teeple Teeple Farms th Louis & Shari Bujold Bujold Farms th Bryan Kelly It did seem as though the heat maybe stoppedd a few people from attending the Fair and rightfully so. Those of you who were able to tough it out good job it was a great weekend. Thanks to everyone who plays a role in making it all happen. Thanks to Steve Loshaw for taking on the position at the Farm Progress Building to allow that event to continue on. Linda and Stanley have worked hard at this many times over many years and we wish Linda better health as I am sure she missed it! I have to mention my own girls I am very proud of my little farm nieces. They showed both their yearling heifers and their calves. Both girls were stepped on and knocked around but they didn t give up! That is what it is all about They both want to take their animals to the Dryden Fair now. Looks like soon I will just be the pooper scooper! Eliminate High Heating Bills! 100 Save up to Up to 100 instant rebate Emo Feed Service Ltd. Dealership Name City, State Phone Number Canning Lane, Emo *Instant rebate savings up to 100 on select in-stock Central Boiler outdoor furnace models. Savings shown is on an E-Classic 200 model. See dealer for details CentralBoiler.com Margaret Jean Westover, formally of Sioux Narrows, Ontario, passed away August 12, 201, at the Rainy River Care Center. She was born July 27, 1927, to Roy and Edna (nee Meyers) Westover in Barwick, Ontario, Canada. One of ten children, she grew up on a farm where she learned to love animals, but not farming. Instead, she chose Cecil the lion s killing shines spotlight on barbaric trophy hunting A beloved animal, tagged for tracking by researchers, crosses the invisible boundary between protected and unprotected area and is killed by a hunter who has paid tens of thousands of dollars for the experience. That was the fate of Zimbabwe s Cecil the lion, whose killing sparked torrents of online and on-air outrage. But it also happens around the world every day, including in my home province of B.C. Many people are familiar with Cecil s story. Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer and his guides, hunting at night with spotlights, are alleged to have tied a dead animal to their car near Hwange National Park to lure the lion. According to reports, Palmer wounded Cecil with an arrow, then tracked and shot the animal with a rifle 0 hours later. The lion s body was found on the park s outskirts, skinned and headless, along with the tracking collar. Killing animals solely for sport or trophies is an ongoing and worldwide practice, and something Palmer had engaged in many times and in many places, including Canada. He was even convicted of charges related to an illegal bear kill in Closer to home, a grizzly that was tagged for research in Banff National Park had the misfortune to cross from Alberta, where grizzly hunting is illegal, into B.C., where it isn t, and was legally shot and killed. On the B.C. coast, people were outraged when a photo surfaced of NHL player to become a beautician and worked in Fort Frances, Thunder Bay and Sioux Narrows. She was known for her perfect hair-do and stylish clothes. She was also very crafty and generous with her many talents, often doing hair for senior ladies, etc. Marg was preceded in death by her parents, brothers: Don (Jessie), Billy, Roy, Ron, Fred and Jim; sisters: Helen (Irwin) Pretty, and Iva Nugent-Olson (Erling) and sister-in-law Ann Westover. She is survived by her brother Milt Westover and sisters-in-law Marg Westover and Donna Westover. While Auntie Marg had no children of her own, she leaves many nieces and nephews with fond memories of being thrown in the lake and listening to her witty remarks. She was an out-spoken woman who enjoyed dancing and living life to the fullest. In her younger years, she spent many Science Matters by David Suzuki Clayton Stoner with a grizzly he shot in the Great Bear Rainforest. Coastal First Nations have banned trophy hunting there, but the government doesn t recognize the ban. The bear, named Cheeky by local residents, was skinned and had his head and paws cut off, with the rest of the carcass left to rot. Reports have also surfaced that the winner of the Guide Outfitters Association of B.C. s highest award in 201 was convicted of illegal grizzly baiting in Even though many grizzly populations are vulnerable and close to 90 per cent of British Columbians, including many food hunters, oppose trophy hunting, B.C. s government refuses to end the hunt, even in parks and areas where First Nations have banned the practice. Conservationists and other experts have challenged government population estimates, claiming they re based on guesswork and that the real number is likely less than half the 1,000 on which the government justifies the hunt. Large carnivores like lions, grizzlies and leopards that are targeted by big-game hunters are extremely vulnerable despite their size and ferocity. They range over large areas, which often puts them in conflict with humans and our infrastructure. Parks and protected areas are too small to provide adequate habitat, so bears often wander into areas where they can be killed by hunters or vehicles. They also reproduce later in life, infrequently, and their young often have low survival rates, so populations don't recover quickly when overhunted. Large carnivores are also summers working at Plummer s Great Bear Lake Lodge, above the Arctic Circle. She and Warren Plummer traveled the world and spent most of their winters in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. In later years she spent her winters in Brandon, Florida, but she always returned to Sioux Narrows for the summer. Memorial services will be held Tuesday August 18, 201 at 1 PM, at the Northridge Funeral Home in Emo, Ontario. Burial will be in Barwick with lunch to follow. Pall Bearers will be Leland Westover, Brent Westover, Tim Olson, Cliff Westover, Larry Fadden and Chris Fadden. If desired memorial donations may be made to Rainy River Hospital, c/o Northridge Funeral Home, Box 89, Emo, Ontario, P0W 1E0. Online condolences may be offered at keystone species that play a crucial role in the food web by helping to regulate prey populations. B.C. grizzlies also contribute to rainforest growth by dragging salmon carcasses into the woods, where the fish remains and bear scat provide fertilizer. In B.C., trophy hunters have slaughtered more than 12,000 grizzlies over the past three decades. Like Palmer, non-resident hunters here pay large amounts of money to bag a grizzly because the species is protected in their home country, such as the U.S., or because populations have dwindled to a handful, as in Western Europe, where the species is now protected. Killing animals purely for the thrill is barbaric and wasteful, and can t be justified on economic or conservation grounds. Studies show more money can be made from people who want to view and photograph them. Research also shows very little money paid by trophy hunters benefits the local economy. We re at a critical moment in human history: our population, technology, consumptive demand and global economy are overwhelming the planet s life-support systems air, water, soil and other species. We re in a global eco-crisis that demands a redefinition of our relationship with plants and other animals. It s time to end trophy hunting. In B.C., the government must listen to citizens and conservationists, respect First Nations laws and customs and end the grizzly hunt. Written with contributions from David Suzuki Foundation Senior Editor Ian Hanington. Badiuk s West Fort Frances Township of Lake of the Woods We are seeking an individual for the landfill attendant position and other labour tasks as required from time to time. Applications are to be received prior to :00 pm September 1st 201. Patrick W Giles Clerk-Treasurer th St., PO Box 27 Rainy River ON P0W 1L0 Rainy River District School Board Invites applications for the positions of: Qualified Occasional Ter Casual Education Assistant Casual Designated Early Childhood Educator Casual Caretaker Casual Secretary For more information regarding these positions please visit the Employment section of our website at Heather Campbell Director of Education

3 More fun at the Fair! Page, The Westend Weekly, August 19, 201 Phoenix Rose took her time cooling off in the complimentary sprinklers in between rides. This group of friends waited in the line in the hot sun just for a chance to hop on the giant swing set and feel the wind on their face. Suri Hillier listened to the music from the top of the slide. What a great view! The display cases were filled with quality workmanship that represent a long standing tradition. Fort Frances High School The first day of classes for students at Fort Frances High School and UNFC is: Tuesday, September 1, 201 at 8: a.m. FORT FRANCES HIGH SCHOOL REGISTRATION Students who did not register in June are requested to pay fees in the FFHS Main office between the hours of 8:0 a.m. and :00 p.m. on the Following dates. Students are asked to use the main entrance. Grades may also register online. Go to rainyriver.schoolcashonline.com to register. Tuesday, August 2th, 201 GRADE 10 & 11 Wednesday, August 2th, GRADE 11 & 12 Thursday, August 27th, GRADE 9 New students refers to students who are coming to FFHS from; another School District, Province, or Out of Country Returning students refers to those students who have previously withdrawn from FFHS, are welcome to register on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, however; they will require an appointment with an Administrator at the Main Office before registering for classes. Please call the Main Office at for an appointment time. All students who are taking a Physical Education course will be required to purchase a school uniform or use the one purchased from last year, costs are as follows: T-Shirts Shorts Pants Students are reminded that school photos have been scheduled for Thursday, September, 201. Photo Information packages are available in the main office. **All students will be required to have their photo ID taken since it will also be used as a library card. Students will be pre-assigned lockers. Locks are provided by the school. Information and updates regarding school activities can be located at: The exhibition hall was lined with artisan crafts ranging from knitting to jewelry to scarecrows, scrapbooking, baked goods, and floral arrangements. Thanks to Sam and Josie, family and friends, who helped organize the benefit on my behalf April 2, 201. Thanks to the Rainy River Legion for providing the hall and the musicians who gave freely of their time: Hwy, Bob Wepruk Band, and Music Blend. Also thanks to the Treasure Chest and Lions Club and all who gave cards, well wishes and donations. Bless you all, Emily Smith WE BUY SCRAP Vehicles, Farm Equipment Loose Steel, Copper, Aluminum and Batteries Also appliance pickup or drop off Anywhere in the Rainy River District up to Sioux Narrows Call or Text Cash Paid on Pick Up Vegetables ranging from the teensiest to the grandest were displayed and awarded accordingly. Ten Questions with Alex Marusyk by Melissa Friesen Last week Alex Marusyk and friends (Ben Sletmoen and Ryne Strachan this time) delighted Fort Frances with a sold out show at From the Grind Up. It's been more than years since he left Fort Frances to pursue music in Vancouver. He's played a few shows in the area since then and has steadily been working on improving his craft. I snuck in some time before his Tuesday evening set to find out what life's really like for the young musician/audio engineer. When I told him I was going to put his interview in the paper, he warned me otherwise. "Oh this is going to be boring, like, I'm a boring person." Boring or not, his ability to bring to life a story with some strings and a haunting falsetto is something the audience was pretty intrigued by. Here are 10 questions with Alex Marusyk. 1. If your family wasn't here what would draw you back to this area? The landscape. The lakes for fishing. The outdoors in general. There's a lot of outdoor activities in Vancouver but they're all based around hiking and the ocean. I love the ocean, but nothing beats lakes. I brought my girlfriend and she's blown away as well. We've just been swimming and fishing all week... Also, I feel famous when I come back even though I'm far from anything close to that. The people make me feel way better than anyone in Vancouver does. 2. You're regarded well here, you're loved here. What's it like to be in a big city where maybe no one cares about you or what you're doing? You realize how much people put in to get where they are. I've worked for people who are at a higher level and it's interesting to see them... with their team of producers who work to get their music on the radio. It's not as simple as being good and then being exposed to the public. You have to go through some interesting business avenues. It's less magical than most people think. I think the average person thinks, 'Oh being a musician and becoming famous must be this amazing ride.' But I've had the opportunity to being where I'm at to being somewhat famous and I totally understand why they lose touch with their friends and family and how stressful it could be if you actually made it somewhere. It's not quite as glamorous as its portrayed, but it's still something I'm not giving up on.. Has your dream changed? I thought it would be more focused with a broader audience but it's definitely broadened. Just being involved in a music scene is rewarding enough that if something came to bring my personal music career forward, it would be nice but I'm having fun just being involved at all. I'm putting on monthly songwriter nights at a music venue and trying to create a networking opportunity. The community there is quite closed off. You would think everyone would be tight knit and trying to help other out, but it's more competitive than it is a community. We're on the th month. Do you remember what you wanted to do? The very first thing I wanted to do was go to audio engineering school, work in a studio, and record bands. I've never thought of my music as being a realistic career. But it turns out there's just as many people who want to be recording engineers as there are people who want to be famous musicians. I think out of my graduating class of 9 people, there's 2 of us who are doing audio engineering. I'm still trying to do it as much as I can. You record one person and eventually maybe you'll be recording someone you look up to.. So it's a lot of hard work and a little bit of luck? A LOT of luck. It's a lot of free work and a lot of luck. I found I probably did free work for about years and because of the work you gain experience, and because of your experience and skill people take notice. You're quoting people for what you're doing and you're starting to make money. I'm making that transition now.. So talk about some of those jobs you've had to do to be able to afford to do what you love. Because the city of Vancouver is so big, there's a lot of jobs you can choose from. I worked at an independent movie theatre called The Rio. Right now, I'm at the Vogue Theatre removing and installing the chairs when a show needs floor space. So almost 00 chairs need to be removed and put under a foot stage. It takes about.- hours. 7. So, pretty tedious? Uh, pretty physical. It's not something I thought I would be doing but it is a music venue. I've also worked at Starbucks along the way. An oil refinery in North Vancouver. I had to be there at in the morning, that was fun. I was helping clean and re-paint the entire facility. I was a server at a Greek restaurant. I scare people for a living. This will be my sixth year at [the Pacific National Exhibition amusement park]. Last year I played an old man who was supposed to be a tourist on vacation. My partner and I would dance like old people and then freak people out by doing back handsprings. 8. With all that life experience, what are you inspired by? More often than not, it's people I'm close to that I admire, either their art or their outlook. Lately I've been into graffiti and know people that are incredible at it. I'm inspired by people that are alongside me and following the exact same path I'm on but have their own spin on it. The primary inspiration is a friend or a local I don't need to send 10 s to connect with. 9. So, what's inspiring on Netflix? If you're going to get stuck in a marathon of some show, what's it going to be? If True Detective was on Netflix, that'd be it. Hmmmm, River Monsters. They did an episode in Northern Ontario - on muskies! I watched Netflix incessantly for about a year and then I became re-obsessed with my recording equipment so I rarely use the internet for streaming unless it's under a minute and involves a parrot talking about something. The last one I saw was about a parrot who had a bad day and someone had subtitles over the rantings of a white cockatoo. It didn't make sense, of course, but it was brilliant. 10. Who do you want to be (as an artist)? I don't want to sacrifice my art for the opinion of others. About 98% of my songs are about death or something super sad or depressing and that's why I feel like I'm a generally happy guy, because I get that stuff out there. But it's not exactly a number one seller, at all. I don't think I've sat down and tried to impress anyone. That's the goal, is to write something I believe in and enjoy. If other people enjoy it, that's great. I once wrote a song about Christmas and the first review was, 'Wow, you even managed to make Christmas depressing.' So, that's my track record. Head into fall with a new quilt from Stan s and receive the 2 shams free! Stan s 00 Scott St., Fort Frances, Phone Hwy 11 &, Sleeman, ON

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Come on in and see Rob today! rd St., Int l Falls Celebrating 0Years! Contractors! Truckers! Farmers! Carr s Repair is pleased to announce a NEW diagnostic software package they have to accomodate your needs! Come to Carr s Repair and let them repair your Computer and Emission problems today! Phone or see our website at: No Sunday calls please Lorelei Locker OPTOMETRIST 1 Scott Street, Fort Frances emphill Heating Vance Hemphill Natural Gas & Propane Appliances Sales, Services & Installation Professional Duct Cleaning home, commercial & cottage maintenance available Rainy River District Women s Shelter of Hope If you are a woman who has experienced violence or abuse, staff at the Atikokan Crisis Centre are available 2 hours a day to listen and provide support to you. Call Rainy River Meats Dry Aged Local Beef Beef - Pork - Lamb We support Fresh & Local!! 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5 District soldiers held in WWII Hong Kong See the story on display at the Rainy River Legion Page, The Westend Weekly, August 19, 201 A little bit of Africa coming to town By Marjorie E. Stintzi Service Officer/Historian The Battle of Hong Kong is the featured display at the Rainy River Legion until the end of September. The display is to commemorate the 70th anniversary of VJ (Victory over Japan) Day held on August 1 and 1. It is held on both days due to the International Date Line. The Japanese surrendered then after the two atomic bombs dropped by the US on Japan on August and 9, 19. The Japanese formally surrendered on September 2, 19. Hong Kong was the site of Canada's only major military action in the Far East. Nine soldiers from this area were among the 197 Canadians, two from Fort Frances, Ernest Neal and Edward Arseneau, George Haner from LaVallee, John Britton from Devlin, John "Jim" James who settled in Emo after the war, William Atkinson and George Watts from Barwick, Clifford Marsh and Nicholas Pastuck from Sleeman. The Canadians were the Winnipeg Grenadiers, the Royal Rifles of Canada and the Brigade headquarters troops based in Winnipeg. They landed in Hong Kong in late November, minus their supplies and heavy equipment that was following on a later ship that never made it to Hong Kong. The Canadians joined the British, the Hong Kong Chinese Regiment, the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, the Hong Kong Police and the Stanley Platoon, numbering 12,000 men. The Japanese army was 0,000 strong and invaded on December 8, 191, within hours of their Pearl Harbour attack. The Allies surrendered on December 2, 191. The display mainly deals with the Prisoner of War experience the Canadians endured for almost four years in Hong Kong and Japan, including the eight from the district. During the battle 290 soldiers were killed including William Atkinson who was killed in battle on December 19, 191, but another 2 were to die as POWs, mainly due to their treatment by the Japanese. This is the largest display at the Legion with eight posters and more than 2 booklets dealing with all aspects of the battle, imprisonment and their release. It is the prototype for a downloadable online display which will be available on the Hong Kong Veterans Commemorative Association website sometime early next year. If you wish to borrow the display, contact the Rainy River Legion at 82- and leave your details. Union Duke at Cornell Farms Union Duke, a Toronto folk quintet that s taking the world by storm, will be returning to Cornell Farms on August 2th to help celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Cornell Barn. Kim Cornell is extremely pleased to have Union Duke back in the Barn this summer as part of their cross- Canada tour. They were a real crowd pleaser in 201. People are still talking about them. Bridging soulful indie rock with bluegrass and country, these city-slickin whippersnappers unleash soaring vocal harmonies over heelstomping beats, in a growing collection of irresistible songs that set hearts and dance floors ablaze. According to Kerry Doole of New Canadian Music, frisky banjos, fast-plucked electric guitars and lusty vocal harmonies are key components of their style They have performed on Breakfast Television and the main stages of folk festivals throughout Canada. According to the CBC they are five guys and a halfton truckload of foot-stomping folk rock. Mike Hill, Artistic Director with the Mariposa Folk Festival has this to say; Union Duke s tight and incredible musicianship, their tuneful repertoire and their engaging manner with the audience made them one of the hits of the festival. As artistic director, I have done something that I rarely do and that is hire this great band for a second year in a row. That s how much I think of Union Duke! Opening for Union Duke are well known local performers Kenneth Kellar and Ben Sletmoen. If you have never heard these two perform then you are in for a treat. They are both extremely talented and should not be missed. The concert starts at 7:0 p.m. Tickets are 1 in advance and 18 at the door. They are available from the Fort Frances Public Library, the Clover Valley Farmers Market, Tompkins Hardware, Emo and Cornell Farms. by Melissa Friesen Bethel Baptist Church welcomes the African Children's Choir back to Fort Frances (for their th time) on September 2nd! The show at Townshend Theatre will feature Choir #. This year's performance will be done by a new group of children ages 7-10 dancing and singing to some new and favourite music. They started their tour in March and will travel around North America until November, then stopping in the U.K. for awhile before heading back home. When the children return home from their worldwide tour, they'll begin their formalized education with the opportunity to earn a post-secondary degree. Unbeknownst to me, that's what the whole program is about. The choir raises funds for their organization called Music For Life, which operates hundreds of programs for impoverished children throughout Africa. "[All the children] come out of our education program from the slum areas where we work." says Tina Sipp, choir manager. "We of course pay for their boarding school for secondary school and their post-secondary education. These children have come from a situation where they would never be able to receive education to becoming welleducated individuals and, Lord willing, positive influences in their community and in leadership positions." Some former choir members are now engineers, journalists, doctors, lawyers, plumbers and electricians. Often, the choir alumni are eager to be chaperones on the proceeding trips. The African Children's Choir just celebrated their 0th anniversary this year. This current choir is all from Uganda, but the program is in 7 countries across Africa. They do their schooling on the road and chaperones turn churches into classrooms so that the kids can maintain the curriculum. They raise funds so that they can volunteer a year of their life to pour into these kids' futures. "When we go to make a choir, we talk with administrators at several of the programs and select kids to go to a weekend of camp. They don't know they're auditioning. They sing, they dance, they make crafts. Our staff evaluates them and what we're really trying to do is find the neediest of the needy. They're all very needy, but there are some stories that are really humbling. So we try to find kids that are really going to benefit from having their education paid for." The parents or guardians are asked for permission for their child to become a choir member. "It's kind of like hitting the lottery, really. It's a big deal." So most families agree to the opportunity, knowing that education is second only to food in the list of survival priorities. Once children have been formally accepted, they're brought to the training centre where they learn the program for the year's concerts. Eventually, they end up in cities and towns across North America with plenty of entertainment and precious stories that will warm hearts. But no, they cannot be adopted, Tina jokingly reminds me. If you are looking for something to take home, there will be plenty of merchandise including handmade African jewelry and CDs. A free will offering will be taken at the concert. "It's our hope that people will be moved by the stories of these children. We hope they will see that they certainly are very capable of education, very bright and talented. We hope they move people to action for Africa's future. We're looking at the big picture of the continent. We're raising up future leaders. We want people to invest and come along with us. No one has to do a lot if everyone does a little. We hope the children will be wonderful ambassadors for the hope that is there." The founder, Ray Barnett, caught a glimpse of that hope when he visited Uganda in 198 on a humanitarian trip. While he was there, he became overwhelmed by the enormity of the impoverishment and realized the best way to help was make a difference in the life of children, one at a time. Amongst the sea of orphans, one stuck out clearly in his mind. He was asked to give a young boy a ride to a neighbouring village. The boy sang the entire car ride, and Ray thought to himself, "If the West could just see what I see, they would want to help." So the boy's songs on that car ride became the first concert of a long series. So, come out and enjoy the taste and style of African music sung by Africa's future leaders. Come and invest in the future of education for generations. Come and listen to the stories of children who are wise beyond their few years. If you are interested in coming, please get an advance ticket as the show was sold out last time. Tickets are free and available at Lowery's, Brockie's, Cloverleaf in Emo, and KBHW radio station in International Falls. Ken M c Kinnon turns 80! 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