Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors Centre for Dec. 7 – 13

General Meeting: Tuesday, Dec. 13, 10 a.m.: meet the 2017 directors. Seniors’ Wed. Bingo Christmas party: Dec. 14.

Whist Monday: 1st-Sharon M & Heather, 2nd-Marge & Sharron/Laurel & Grace.  Thursday: 1st-John & Mary, 2nd-Ron B. & Chris, 3rd-Mary S & Lynne.

General Meeting: Tuesday, Dec. 13, 10 a.m.: meet the 2017 directors. Seniors’ Wed. Bingo Christmas party: Dec. 14.  Remember to come early so we can start Bingo around 1:15 p.m. Santa is getting ready…

Tuesday, Dec. 20: Christmas Potluck- noonish.  Looks like we will have music and a sing-a-long.  Bring yourself and a guest. Afterwards you can stay and play cards or darts. Anything goes food-wise this year.

Main raffle winners: quilt-Mary Arneson, cash-Andree Fawcett, scratch tickets-Diane Perry.  Grocery and towel hamper: N. Delloch, Lena B, John Basso, Lottie Anderson, Lil Peterson, Donna Wagner, Gerda K, Jean Martin & Nina Jackson.  Thanks to everyone who donated and helped with the tea.  I know a few ladies who need a well deserved rest!


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