Lifestyles

Notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors Centre - August 6

Friday Crib: 1st — M. Gardiner and G. Kowenhoven, 2nd — L. Martinson and M. Stegavig, 3rd — D. Currie and J. Christison. Monday Whist: Men 1st — J. Christison, 2nd — R. Basso, Pool — J. Christison; Ladies' 1st — D. Currie, 2nd — Mary Arneson, Pool — D. Currie.

You are going to be able to find information about the Seniors' Centre Activities in the Recreation Department's Fall Leisure Guide. Watch for a half page ad. Thank you to Maher Terminals of Canada for sponsoring us.

Aug. 26 there will be a guided bus tour of the container terminal. The bus will be picking up and dropping off at the Seniors' Centre. The bus is currently full but if you are a member and would like your name to go on the waiting list please give me a call at 250-627-1900.

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