Maidstone Drop In Centre News

MAIDSTONE – Cribbage was played Monday, May 13, with high score going to Eleanor Hinde and low to Lois Myer. Bev Stewart supplied lunch.

Bingo was played Wednesday, May 15, with Joan and Shannon Smith doing the calling. Lunch was provided by Jean Hartman.

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Cribbage was played Monday, May 20, with high score going to Jean Hartman and low to Lois Myer. Bev Stewart supplied lunch.

Bingo was played Wednesday, May 22, with Joan and Bev Stewart doing the calling. Lunch was provided by Bev Stewart. The loonie pot was divided between three people.

On Thursday, May 23, at 7 p.m., the hospital auxiliary hosted talks and information on ticks and Lyme disease. One speaker was Dr. Nsungu, the medical official of this health region. Gayle and Barry Golden spoke on their journey through Lyme disease when their son was infected. Dr. Doug Weir, a vet from Lloydminster, spoke on the effects of ticks on farm animals and pets. Thank you goes to our local pharmacy for setting up an interesting and informational display on ticks, protection and protective products and the proper removal of ticks. Lunch was served at the end of a most interesting and informative evening.

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