Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors Centre – October 1

Monday Whist: 1st — M. Shrubsall and Lynne Mak, 2nd — S. Paulson and J. Letts, 3rd — P. Paulson and M. Stegavig.

Monday Whist: 1st — M. Shrubsall and Lynne Mak, 2nd — S. Paulson and J. Letts, 3rd — P. Paulson and M. Stegavig. Thurs:1st — S and P Paulson, 2nd —Lynne Mak and Mary S., 3rd — D. Eby and J. Letts.

Our pancake breakfast will take place this Sunday, Oct. 5 from 10 a.m. to noon – everyone welcome (have fun without me as I will be away).

Coming up: Tuesday, Oct. 7 –Alzheimer Society Presentation 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 18 –Seniors Centre Garage Sale from 9 a.m. to noon. Tables rentals available. Please note we will not be accepting donated items after Friday, Oct. 10.

We are accepting items for our tea and bazaar grocery and towel hampers.

Also, we are once again raffling off a Christmas stocking and are looking for family -oriented gifts to fill it up! Ticket sales are going very well. If you haven’t already purchased a ticket or if you’d like to sell a book for us please come down to the centre. Thank you so much in advance.

Dominoes is played every Tuesday at 1 p.m. Don’t sit home alone, come join the round table … new players are always welcome!

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