Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors Centre – July 16

Whist Winners Friday :Ladies's 1st & Pool-M. Weir, 2nd-Jane C.; Men 1st-R. Basso, 2nd-D. Eby & J. Basso, Pool-J. Basso.

Whist Winners Friday :Ladies’s 1st & Pool-M. Weir, 2nd-Jane C.; Men 1st-R. Basso, 2nd-D. Eby & J. Basso, Pool-J. Basso.

Cribbage Winners Monday: 1st-A. Rachuk & M. Weir, 2nd-J. Basso & Mary A. 3rd-A. Johansen & R. Basso.

Coffee Social/Arts and Crafts Display Thursday July 17 beginning at 1 p.m. Come down and see some of the lovely crafts that are produced by our members and friends. There are usually some really beautiful items on display. Everyone Welcome.

For the rest of July we will be starting the coffee social at 1 p.m. with Kathleen Palm on piano for your enjoyment. Everyone welcome.

We must apologize to those using the handicap entrance as it is a little bumpy and the widening gap at the door makes it difficult to maneuver a wheelchair. The area is due to be paved/resurfaced sometime late August.

Sorry about the delay.

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