PHOTO: Seniors enjoy monthly lunch

Over 60 seniors were treated to music, an informative talk by about Aging In Place, a reading of the Night Before Christmas

Ethel Robinson (l) and Verna Creed show off the door prizes they won.

Ethel Robinson (l) and Verna Creed show off the door prizes they won at a recent Wells Gray Country Seniors Society monthly lunch in Clearwater Elks Hall.

Over 60 seniors attended and were treated to music by the Silvertones, an informative talk by about Aging In Place by councillor Shelley Sim, a dramatic reading of the Night Before Christmas by Richard Stroh and greetings from Mayor Harwood.

The next WGCSS lunch will be on Tuesday, Jan. 10, with Dr. Bob McKenzie as guest speaker. Support for the event came from the United Way.

Photo by Sandra Holmes



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