Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors Centre – September 17

Friday Crib: 1st — M. Gardiner and D. Eby, 2nd — Lorna M. and E. Page, 3rd — A. Johansen and R. Basso.

Friday Crib: 1st — M. Gardiner and D. Eby, 2nd — Lorna M. and E. Page, 3rd — A. Johansen and R. Basso. Monday Whist: 1st— A. Rachuk and M. Weir/Jane C. and Marie D., 3rd — Gerda K. and E. Page. Marion and Anne are off to compete at the Senior Games — have fun.

We are selling raffle tickets at the Seniors’ Centre for prizes that will be drawn on Saturday, Nov. 8 during our Fall Tea and Bazaar. The prizes are quite unique this year, the first prize a donated pencil sketch (print) of Charlie Currie and his “CRC” by D. Hembling. This is a great fundraiser for us … thank you in advance for your support!

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