Notes from the Seniors’ Centre, April 13

We are holding our last pancake breakfast of the season on Sunday May 1, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Whist: Monday 1st-Sharron & Ed, 2nd-Merle & Joanne/Paul & His Dummy.  Thursday 1st-Chris & Ron, 2nd-John & Mary, 3rd-Ed & Bill.

We are holding our last pancake breakfast of the season on Sunday May 1, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.  You are not going to want to miss it as we won’t be starting up again until October.

Our wonderful pancake breakfast crew of around 16 volunteers have done an amazing job all year.  It is a tremendous amount of work and they perform it with smiles and good cheer.  Thank you my friends from all of us!

Our programs are up and running for the months of April and May but some will be winding down during summer.

Stay tuned to these notes for all the latest info on that.  (Wednesday Bingo continues all summer but Friday Bingo is cancelled for July and August.)

Tea & Bazaar May 14,  11 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Don’t forget!

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