Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors Centre – August 13

Friday Whist: Ladies 1st — S. Paulson, 2nd — D. Currie, Pool — M. Arneson and D. Currie.

Friday Whist: Ladies 1st — S. Paulson, 2nd — D. Currie, Pool — M. Arneson and D. Currie; Men 1st — M. Weir, 2nd — J. Basso, Pool — P. Paulson.

Monday Crib: 1st — J. Christison and M. Dicken, 2nd — A. Johansen and R. Basso, 3rd — Gerda K. and D. Currie.

]So just like moms and dads everywhere who start feeling the pressure of “back to school” early in August we are feeling it with our “back to Fall schedule”. It’s all good of course. Here are a few things that are coming this Fall:

Foot Care: Wednesday, Sept. 10 at 11 a.m.

September General Meeting has been moved to Tuesday, Sept. 16 at 10 a.m. to accommodate our Zone 10 athletes who will be in Langley competing in their chosen sport. Dawn and the gang have been very busy organizing the logistics over the summer.

Our first Pancake Breakfast is Sunday, Oct. 5 from 10 a.m. to noon. Put it on your calendar.

Our Garage Sale is Saturday, Oct. 18 and our Tea and Bazaar is Sat Nov 08. More on that later.

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