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LAST week we stayed in-house. The plan was to play bingo, but we be­came way-laid when we re­ceived nu­mer­ous news items in­clud­ing the Se­niors Pa­per, the Gir­garre Gazette and the Vic­to­rian Se­niors Fes­ti­val Pro­gram book­let. So much to do and so lit­tle time, Oc­to­ber is go­ing to be a very busy month.

Af­ter dis­cussing all that is on of­fer, we moved on to the topic of knit­ting, as two of our se­niors were knit­ting up a storm dur­ing our chats.

De­bra, our vol­un­teer se­niors co­or­di­na­tor was in and out – busy in the kitchen.

We were all very im­pressed with our lunch, salted pork belly pieces, served with saute´ ed cab­bage, roast pump­kin and pota­toes. Dessert was a mixed bag of drum­sticks, frozen yo­ghurt and a se­lec­tion of cheeses. Next week we are off to Merry Melodies in Shep­par­ton. Doesn’t that once a month trip come around quickly?


It is good to see the sun­shine for a few hours but we do need rain.

Bowls win­ners last week were An­drew Dougherty, Barry Ed­wards and Dave Co­ram.

Card win­ners were Dorothy An­der­son, Ron An­der­son and Ian Stone.

Get well wishes to any mem­bers in hos­pi­tal or house­bound.

Hope to see you back at the club soon.

Games day next Wed­nes­day so don’t for­get to put your name on to the board for choice of games and for cater­ing pur­poses.

Hope all en­joy the com­ing se­niors cel­e­bra­tions in Oc­to­ber and our club’s birth­day also in Oc­to­ber.

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