Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors Centre

Whist Winners: Monday-Ladies' 1st — A. Johansen, 2nd- M. Arneson, Pool — D. Currie.

Whist Winners: Monday-Ladies’ 1st — A. Johansen, 2nd- M. Arneson, Pool — D. Currie; Men’s — 1st and Pool — R. Basso, 2nd-S. and P. Paulson. Thursday: Ladies’ 1st and Pool — A. Johansen, 2nd — E. Page; Men’s 1st — R. Basso, 2nd — M. Arneson, Pool — Lynne M. and R. Basso.

Please note: last week a gremlin got hold of the paper’s computer and printed notes that were a year old! Confused our poor card players. Cards are still Monday and Thursday until further notice.

Seniors’ Seafest Tea is this Friday June 13, at the Highliner Inn at noon.

Foot care – Wednesday, June 18 at 11 a.m. with Jaspal.

We are hosting our second annual Arts and Crafts show on Thursday July 17. It was very successful last year so we thought we’d do it again. There will be refreshments/desserts and admission is by donation. We are calling on all crafters and artists to contact to put your work on display. Call (250) 627-1900 for more info.

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