Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors’ Centre for Oct. 14 – 20

Thursday, Oct. 22 at 3 p.m. sharp is an ICBC presentation for senior drivers.

Whist Monday: 1st — Alex and Marion, 2nd — Della and Jane/Ed and Mary S. Thursday: 1st — Eileen and Marge, 2nd — Jane and Marie/Alex and Marion.

Thursday, Oct. 22 at 3 p.m. sharp is an ICBC presentation for senior drivers. The driver examiners will be here to answer all your questions!

On Thursday, Oct. 29, Pacific Northwest LNG is sponsoring a luncheon for seniors at the centre. Please sign-up by calling or stopping in. Thanks.

Our Tea and Bazaar is Saturday, Nov. 14. If anyone could help us sell our raffle tickets we would be very appreciative!

Tuesday chair yoga has started up again, we meet every Tuesday around 3 p.m. This gentle yoga is perfect for sore and strained backs.

 

 

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