Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors’ Centre for Sept. 23-29

Our “singing seniors” met last Wednesday and had a blast. Thank you Kathleen Palm for having so much energy and spreading the fun!

Cribbage Monday: 1st — Lynne and Della, 2nd — Annette and Ron, 3rd — Mary A. and Laurel. Thursday: 1st — Sharron and Paul/Eileen and Mary A/Jane and Marie.

Our “singing seniors” met last Wednesday and had a blast.  Thank you Kathleen Palm for having so much energy and spreading the fun! Join us at 3 p.m. on Wednesdays at the Centre for an hour of singing. Our motto is “We will sing anything!” Everyone is welcome.

Our next pancake breakfast is Sunday, Oct. 4 from 10 a.m. to noon.

Fall Tea and Bazaar: Remember the Date — Saturday, Nov. 14. We are holding our tea one week before the Craft Fair weekend.

Our grocery and towel hampers are out and we are accepting donations for the Christmas Stocking that will be raffled once again. Thank you in advance for all the donations. Our raffle tickets are also on sale.


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