Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors Centre – August 5

Monday Whist:1st — Sharon M. and Heather, 2nd — Lurel and Della, 3rd — Ron and Lynne.

  • Aug. 5, 2015 4:00 p.m.

Monday Whist:1st — Sharon M. and Heather, 2nd — Lurel and Della, 3rd — Ron and Lynne. Thursday: 1st — John and Mary, 2nd — Heather and Sharon, 3rd — Lyne and Mary S.

The construction crew is now right up to the door so there is absolutely no parking in our lot. Unfortunately that means the Manor residents cannot attend our bingos for a while. However, we are still open to “park and walkers”.

Elsie Sabadussi’s family are celebrating Elsie’s life on Sept. 9 beginning at 4 p.m. at the Seniors Centre. There will be refreshments served and you may bring a sweet if you like. Thank you.

Phone scam alert: 1-844-240-3071 and 1-855-487-8483. Do not give out any information whatsoever to anyone purporting to be from Revenue Canada using these numbers.

Happy Birthday Jimmy C.

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