Monday November 24, 2014


Survey results are meant for general information only, and are not based on recognised statistical methods.

Wheatland Senior Centre news


The Wheatland Senior Centre holds activities throughout the week.

The results of the Monday Bridge Tournament are: Andy Dumba in first; Chuck Widdis in second; and third place to John Whitell. The Friday Bridge Tournament saw Andy Dumba win first place; John Whitell in second; and Annie Balzer in third place.

The Wheatland Senior Centre Trump Whist Tournament results were: first place to Howard Giroux; second to Phyllis Lindskog; and third place Ray Boucher.

In the Hi-Lo Whist Tournament Roger and Marie Marcotte placed first; Connie and Ray Boucher placed second and Jean Knibbs and Andy Dumba placed third.

The centre's Canasta tournament results were Lavine Stepp in first place; Kay Bachman in second; and Mary Maas in third place.

Jean Fahlman and John Schiller came in first with second place going to Annie Balzer and Howard Giroux, and Roger and Marie Marcotte in third place in the Kaiser tournament.

Thursday's Crib tournament results were first place to Bill and Joan Harder, second to Basil Holyer and Howard Giroux, and in third place were Phyllis Lindskog and Donna Davis.

In Shuffleboard first place went to Marg Stepp and Susan Heaman, with Marie Marcotte and Vern Leach in second, and in third place, Jerome Stepp and Doreen Leslie.

Snooker Tournament results wereOwen Hewitt and Ray Boucher in first place, with second place going to Willie Nimegeers and Norbert Schultz, and Vern Schotts and Don Hayden in third place.

Gerry Goski will be playing at the Wheatland Senior Centre's Tuesday afternoon dance on March 25.



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