Activities gearing up at the centre

Maidstone Drop In Centre

MAIDSTONE — The Maidstone Drop In Centre has been quieter during the months of July and August. Cards and bingo were available and attended by some seniors.

During August, the centre had a 50th anniversary and a clothing sale booked. Both were well attended.

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Monday cards and Wednesday bingo started in September with bigger attendance. Sept. 3 high score went to Jean Hartman and low to Denise Newton. Lunch was provided by Jean Stewart and Margaret MacEachern.

Volunteer callers at bingo Sept. 5 were Joan Smith and Margaret MacEachern. Lunch was supplied by Dorothy Harmel.

A 40th anniversary was hosted Sept. 9. A memorial for Clifford Dumont is booked for Saturday, Sept. 15 at 12:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome.

A come and go tea for Jean Hartman’s 90th birthday is scheduled for Sept. 22 from 2 to 4 p.m.

The September monthly meeting was held Wednesday, followed by bingo.

The Canada geese are flocking, leaves are changing colours and fall is here.

 

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