Morn­ing tea for Fa­ther’s Day

Harvey-Waroona Reporter - - NEWS | REPORTER -

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.

Pic­tures David Charlesworth

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.

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