Monday October 20, 2014

QUESTION OF THE WEEK

  • Should it be illegal for Canadian employers to discrimiate against potential employees because of body modifications like piercings, tattoos and hair colour?
  • Yes
  • 53%
  • No
  • 47%
  • Total Votes: 15




Wheatland Senior Centre news

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The Wheatland Senior Centre is bustling with activities on a weekly basis.

Here are the results of the senior centre's activities from June 22 to June 26:

The Monday Bridge Tournament ended with first place going to Howard Giroux, second place to George Gillies, and in third was Joyce Hemphill.

The first place Trump Whist winner was Connie Boucher, in second place was Joyce Hemphill, and Roger Marcotte placed thrid.

Hi-Lo Whist first place winners were Roger and Marie Marcotte, with Norma Lohse and Lorraine Tytlandsvik in second place, and third place to Marge and Leonard Schultz.

In Canasta, Mary Halbert placed first, in second place was Eveline Porte, and in third place was Lavine Stepp.

The Kaiser tournament ended with first place going to Basil Holyer and Kay Bachman, second place was a tie between Marlene Szczecinski and Anne Gutzke, and John Schiller and Harry Schiller.

Thursday's Crib tournament ended with first place going to Marg Leavens and Vi Paterson, second place to Howard Giroux and Basil Holyer, and Bill and Joan Harder in third place.


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