Morning tea for Father’s Day
HARVEY talent entertained with songs, poetry and skits at the Harvey Senior Citizens Centre on Friday for an early Father’s Day Morning Tea.
Volunteer Judy Kemp said the centre regularly put on concerts for senior community members.
“We try to put on concerts for the elderly residents in our town who may not get out as much,” she said.
“It’s just a really good day, we try to have one for the Melbourne Cup, one for Mother’s Day and one for Father’s Day.”
This week featured Harvey musician Peter Grout singing classic songs and Geoff Maughan reciting poetry from memory.
“The entertainment is local people who give their time to sing and recite poetry and we’ve got some people today doing skits,” Ms Kemp said.
Residents from Ocean Star Village in Bunbury also joined in on the day.
“They often come up and we know them quite well,” she said.
Kath Craigie, Sheila Monk and Ted Gunley, all of Ocean Star Village in Bunbury.
Harvey musician Peter Grout performs a set of favourites with his handmade guitar.
Rose Ballingall, of Harvey, and Peg Venables, of Cookernup.
Chris and Olive Maughan, of Harvey.
Barbara Ottrey, Judy Forster and Betty Bowles, all of Harvey.
Bonnie Bullock and Bev Hynes, both of Harvey.
Joan Scott and Wendy Haines, both of Harvey.
Joan Grout and Carol Dacheff, both of Harvey.