Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors’ Centre for July 8 – 14

So summer is here and it has slowed down a little at the Seniors’ Centre. That’s okay, the volunteers need a break.

Whist Monday: 1st – John & Mary A., 2nd – Alex & Marion, 3rd – Ron & Laurel.  Thursday: 1st – Lynne & Mary S.,2nd – Ron & Marion, 3rd – John & Paul.

Better luck next time Margaret & Laurel.

So summer is here and it has slowed down a little at the Seniors’ Centre.  That’s okay, the volunteers need a break and I can do a little extra “Spring” cleaning.

We are still operating our lunch service, Wednesday Bingo and card programs so please keep dropping in.

We had a nice little crowd on Friday…we were pleasantly surprised as Friday Bingo over until September.

Our 2015 memberships are still for sale…only $10.00.  Come use our computers or check out our paperback library.

We often get some very good books dropped off.  To everyone who drops off books for us a great big thank you!!!

We have a few puzzles to get rid of if you enjoy puzzles.  Come down and have a browse through our selection and drop off any you have completed, we will take them.

 

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