Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors Centre – Dec. 10

Monday Whist: 1st - Ron B. and Diane E., 2nd - Lorna M. and Marg N., 3rd - Lynne M. and Mary A.

Monday Whist: 1st – Ron B. and Diane E., 2nd – Lorna M. and Marg N., 3rd – Lynne M. and Mary A. Thursday: 1st – Alex W. and Marion W., 2nd – John B. and Mary S., 3rd ­- Lona M. and Eileen P., Marg N. and Laurel M.

Tuesday, Dec. 16 – Christmas Potluck Luncheon. Doors open at 11 a.m. with lunch at noon. We would appreciate if you could bring a savory or sweet “finger food”. If it needs a ladle, extra bowls and cutlery, dishing up or heating up it is not a finger food. Thank you.

Anyone wishing to stay after the lunch is welcome to play dominoes, darts, cards etc.

Wednesday, Dec. 17 — Seniors’ Bingo Christmas Party – Bingo will start early between 1 p.m. and 1:15 p.m. so we can get our games in before we party. There will be goodies and carols after all our games are played.

2015 Memberships are now on sale.

P.S. This winter take a taxi when the weather is icy. Taxi service in Rupert is the best anywhere and it is cheaper and more convenient than hip replacement!

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