The Wheatland Senior Centre holds weekly activities.
The Wheatland Senior Centre's Bridge Tournament on April 5, results were, in first place, Bernie Dufour and Gordon Bell of Weyburn, in second place were Jo Wollner and Gordon Freeman from Lampman, and Estevan's Jim Benison and Bernie Collins came in third.
Monday's Bridge results were John Whitell in first place, Erskine Sandiford in second place, and in third place was George Gillies.
The Friday Bridge game saw Lucie Nickel in first place, Jim Brown in second place, and third place went to Theresa Istace.
The senior centre's Trump Whist tournament results were, in first place, Susan Heaman, second place was Vern Schotts, and Lavica Mahnke placed third.
For Hi-Lo Whist, first place winners were Myrna Oxelgren and Lorraine Tytlandsvik, in second were Connie and Ray Boucher, and Tom Schutz and Basil Holyer placed third.
In Canasta, first place went to Arvella Soroka, second place went to Kay Bachman, and Annie Balzer placed third.
The Kaiser tournament play saw first place go to John Schiller and Jean Fahlman, second place went to Roger and Marie Marcotte, and in third was Dorothy Lacaille and Chris Diemert.
Thursday's Crib tournament saw first place go to Norma Lohse and Hilda Rohloff, with Vi Paterson and Marg Leavens in second place, and Howard Giroux and Basil Holyer in third.
Fun Crib Friday results were Sheila Greiner in first place, second to Herb Grams, and third to Dale Greiner.
In the Snooker tournament, Royce Hallberg and Al McDougall placed first, second place went to Don Hayden and Garth White, and in third place were Bing Jaster and Harold Kilback.
The Shuffleboard tournament ended with first place going to Agnes Tumback and Tom Schutz, second place to Pat Schutz and Janet VanWinkoop, and third place winners were Vi Paterson and Susan Heaman.
Gerry Goski will be playing the Tuesday afternoon dance on April 22 and The Pioneers are playing the Tuesday afternoon dance on April 29.
The April month end supper is on Friday, April 25 with fried chicken being served.