Wednesday November 26, 2014


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Wheatland Senior Centre news


Below are the results of the Wheatland Senior Centre's activities from February 2 to February 8.

Bridge: (Monday) first Jim Brown, second Andy Dumba, third Elfreida Mantay. Bridge: (Friday) first Erskine Sandiford, second George Gillies, third Chris Diemert. Trump Whist: first Howard Giroux second Ray Boucher, third Susan Heaman. Hi-Lo Whist: first George Gillies and John Whitell, second Roger and Marie Marcotte, third Ray Boucher and Phyllis Lindskog. Canasta: first Ellen Eddy, second Lydia Borys, third Jean Reich. Kaiser: first Roger and Marie Marcotte, second John Schiller and Jean Fahlman, third Betty Knibbs and Jean Knibbs. Crib (Thursday): first Cheryl Vogel and Mary Lou Schultz, second Omer Marcotte and Wilf Marcotte, third Marge and Leonard Schultz. Crib Tournament (Friday): first Cheryl Vogel and Mary Lou Schultz, second Shirley Hubbs and Edna Hemphill, third Merle Leavens and Yvette Pettet. Shuffleboard: first Bonnie Evans and Doreen Leslie, second Marg Leavens and Grace Quigley, third Vi Paterson and Mary McCurry.

Gerry Goski will be playing at the Old Tyme Dance on Tuesday, February 18 and Tuesday, February 25. There is a pie/dessert social at the centre on Saturday, February 15 from 2 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The February month end supper is on Friday, February 28 with pork cutlets being served. The centre annual meeting will follow supper.



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