New friends share laughs as pen­sioner groups join to­gether

Isis Town and Country - - News -

THE Isis Pen­sion­ers group played host to the Gayn­dah Se­nior Cit­i­zens’ Club last week, where mem­bers warmly wel­comed their new-found friends and showed them some good old-fash­ioned Childers hos­pi­tal­ity.

The pen­sioner groups came to­gether to en­joy a fun-filled day of good food, laugh­ter and a plethora of games, in­clud­ing bingo, cards, board games, floor quoits and hoy.

Of course, no pen­sioner day out would be com­plete with­out a cent sale, raf­fles and lots of prizes.

Isis Pen­sion­ers spokesman Mau­rie Styles said it was great to see mem­bers of both clubs mix­ing with each other.

Mr Styles com­mended Isis mem­bers for sup­ply­ing a de­li­cious ar­ray of food on the day.

“They all com­mented on the nice food that our mem­bers sup­plied on the day,” he said.

“Some of our vis­i­tors even went home with some new sil­ver­side and salad recipes.”

The Isis Pen­sion­ers plan to meet up with the Gayn­dah Se­nior Cit­i­zens’ Club again early next year.

Next month the Isis Pen­sion­ers will visit the Gin Gin So­cial Club.

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FUN TIMES: Jill Har­ney, Sy­bil Chap­pell, Del Styles, Pat Jackson, Dot Win­de­bank and Tina Mam­mino had a won­der­ful day so­cial­is­ing at the pen­sion­ers day re­cently.

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