Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors Centre for Nov. 16 – 22

I have ordered more of Mona’s dessert cookbooks “Baking My Way Through the Alphabet,” which we will be selling at our Tea and Bazaar

Last Thursday’s card winners: Whist 1st, John and Chris, 2nd, Ron B. and Joanne, 3rd, Heather and Sharon. Monday crib: 1st, Annette and Marion, 2nd, Chris and Ron B., 3rd, John and Mary.

Foot care is on Nov. 30. This will be our last footcare before Christmas.

I have ordered more of Mona’s dessert cookbooks “Baking My Way Through the Alphabet,” which we will be selling at our Tea and Bazaar.

These are a great stocking stuffer for Christmas! The cookbooks are $10 each. Thank you Mona.

Flu shots are here, call 250-622-6380 for clinic info or see your friendly pharmacist.

The Tea and Bazaar is Sat. Nov. 26 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Monday chair exercise classes is looking for more people.  The physio students teach every Monday at 3:15 p.m. at the Senior’s Centre.  It is fun and very rewarding mentally and physically.  Drop in. The fee is by donation.

 

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