Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors’ Centre for Feb. 24 – Mar. 1

We have a couple of new Bingo volunteers who are not afraid of cash or computers which delights us to no end

Cribbage: 1st-Bea & Ed (Welcome Back Ed), 2nd-Jane & Marie,3rd-Joanne & Ron. Thurs: 1st-Jane & Marie, 2nd-Paul & Sharoon, 3rd-Chris & Ron.

We have a couple of new Bingo volunteers who are not afraid of cash or computers which delights us to no end. Bingo runs every Wednesday (Seniors) and Friday (Public Drop-In) and is very popular.  Bingo starts at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesdays and 1:00 p.m. on Fridays.  No need to purchase paper or dabbers as we use the old cards with the cellophane windows. These bingo afternoons are a lot of fun.

Interested in Line Dancing?  If you are a beginner the ladies are willing to come early to teach at 9:30 a.m. on Thursdays.  The music is fantastic and it is a great workout.  There is always a little coffee social afterwards and many stay on for lunch which is always good! By the way the next pancake breakfast is on Sunday, March 6.

On a final note: I have been told that the Tuesday knitting group is actually a social gathering where you can bring your craft of choice! Anything goes…really.

 

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