RRHS senior, Hayley Arpin, left, won a gold medal in girls singles last Thursday's NWOSSAAs in Thunder Bay. Next stop All Ontarios! She is seen here with her coach, and father, Guy Arpin.
Rainy River High School sent nine students to NORWOSSA Badminton Championships in Sioux Lookout last Thursday. Five returned with medals. From left to right, Madison Brown, silver in junior girls singles; Bethany Sinninghe, gold in junior girls singles; Hayley Arpin, gold in senior girls singles; and Kendra Moen and Braydon Kreger, silver in senior mixed doubles. Missing from photo is Jr. Coach Tiffany Rittau and Sr. Coach Guy Arpin.
Brianna Grey, 4, shows one of the many eggs she found at the 9th Annual Rainy River Easter Egg Hunt this past Saturday. In addition to the hunt kids enjoyed many games/activities at the RR Recreation Centre.
While Bell Canada has yet to release details on when it will begin offering cell service in the Rainy River area, it appears that its new tower on Government Road is just about completed. Crews were on hand running tests last Thursday.
Belle Holmes, was one of about 35 kids and parents that attended the Do One Thing Day at the Rainy River Recreation Centre during spring break last Wednesday. Due to the warmer weather most outdoor winter activities were cancelled but they enjoyed indoor fun such as playing with slime. They also were treated to healthy snacks and lunch.