Notes from the Seniors’ Centre

The Seniors Centre will be closed Monday, Oct. 13 for Thanksgiving. We hope everyone has a wonderful holiday with family and/or friends.

The Seniors Centre will be closed Monday, Oct. 13 for Thanksgiving. We hope everyone has a wonderful holiday with family and/or friends.

For those of you who play cards, the card players will be at the centre on Monday, doors open at 12:30 – no lunch service.

Tuesday, Oct. 14 is our general meeting at 10 a.m. Please try and attend so we can have a quorum. I will be away and unable to attend … don’t think that gives you licence to fool around though as Sharron will be acting as recording secretary.

There will be no card winners mentioned for the next couple of weeks. Sorry about that, you’ll have to tell friends and family yourselves!

Saturday, Oct. 18 the Seniors Centre garage sale will take place from 9 a.m. to noon. Tables rentals are available. We will not be accepting donated items after Friday, Oct. 10.

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