Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors’ Centre

Thursday, Nov. 6, the Renal Agency Team, Northern Health, is at the centre to talk Kidney Dialysis.

Monday Whist: 1s t – S. Paulson and J. Letts, 2nd – L. Martinson and D. Currie, 3rd – J. Christison and M. Dickens. Thursday: See Next Week!

Thursday, Nov. 6, the Renal Agency Team, Northern Health, is at the centre to talk Kidney Dialysis. There is currently no kidney dialysis unit at the hospital and individuals are being taught how to do home dialysis. If this is important to you or concerns you or a loved one please come to hear what the team has to say. Time:  Noon to 1 p.m. Note the lunch hour is changed:  11 a.m. to noon on this Thursday only. No chowder…

Saturday, Nov. 8 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.  is our Tea and Bazaar. Come one, come all. There will be lots and lots of raffles, baking, etc. and of course our dessert and sandwiches will be served, along with tea/coffee.

Buy your tickets for in house raffles at the door. In addition, we will be selling raffle tickets for our main grand prize raffle … see you there!

Flu Shots are here. Check your pharmacy and see the flu clinic hours in this paper.

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