Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors Centre: June 18

Cribbage Winners: Monday — 1st: Jane C. and M. Dickens, 2nd: E. Page and Gerda K., 3rd: J. Basso and Mary A.

Cribbage Winners: Monday — 1st: Jane C. and M. Dickens, 2nd: E. Page and Gerda K., 3rd: J. Basso and Mary A.

Thursday:1st: M. Weir and Mary A. 2nd: Lloyd and Nova, 3rd: A. Johansen and R. Basso.

We have a piano player, our piano is in tune and now we just need to pick a day of the week to have our sing-a-longs.  During the summer we will have Thursday and Friday afternoons to consider (cards may move to Friday).

Our Wellness Forum was very well attended and we’d like to thank Terri-Lynne and Northern Health for working so hard to make it happen. It was very nice to meet the elders group from Metlakatla and what a beautiful day they had on the water!

Are you a member/crafter and like to display your work? Please call me at 627-1900 or come down and see me about our Arts and Crafts Display Social on July 17.

Thank you for your assistance Maddy, you are a four-foot wonder!

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