Tuesday November 25, 2014

Centre hosts fitness association

Drop In Centre

Bingo was played at the centre April 4 with Margaret MacEachern and Jean Hartman doing the calling. Lunch was provided by Denise Newton. The loonie pot was divided between Dorothy Kissick and Marilyn Stewart.

Kaiser was played April 9 with lunch provided by Lil McMillan. High score went to Jean Hartman and low to Margaret MacEachern

The regular monthly meeting was held April 13. A trolley for collecting dishes has been ordered from Saskatoon and needs to be picked up.

The March-April birthday potluck was held April 20 at noon.

A Fatherís Day tea will be held June 15. More details will be provided later.

The Saskatchewan Senior Fitness Association annual meetings and games were held at the centre Tuesday. The seniors served a noon lunch.

Following the meeting the annual meeting was held with all positions staying the same as last year with the exception of vice-prsident, who is now Sharon Smith. Lunch followed provided by Lil McMillan.

Catch the 10 Whist was held April 16 with Hettie Richardson providing lunch. High score went to Margaret MacEachern and low to Eva Inkster.



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