Plenty to keep se­niors ac­tive

South Western Times - - Lifestyle -

THE LiveLighter Ac­tiv­ity In­for­ma­tion Day for Bun­bury hosted by the Se­niors Re­cre­ation Coun­cil WA at­tracted 200 guests to the South West Ital­ian Club on Fri­day.

In­for­ma­tion and ac­tiv­i­ties were pro­vided by 35 met­ro­pol­i­tan and re­gional busi­nesses for par­tic­i­pants on the day, which aimed to get se­niors to “have a go”.

A wide range of ac­tiv­i­ties were avail­able for se­niors to try out.

John Suck­ling and Peter Rus­sell, both from the Aus­tralind Lions Club.

Faye Lewis, Teresa Welsh and Wendy Green, from the Coun­try Women’s As­so­ci­a­tion.

Se­niors Re­cre­ation Coun­cil WA project man­ager Martin Yates, coun­cil mem­ber Kate Chetwin, coun­cil chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer Dawn Yates, vice pres­di­ent Phil Pad­don, SRC Bun­bury mem­ber Joyce McGinn, Bun­bury SRC pres­i­dent Barbara Fleay and com­mit­tee mem­ber...

Joan Last-Kelly, John Bow­den and De­bra Hut­ton, all from the Bun­bury Se­niors Com­puter Club.

Cyn­thia Drum­mond and Pat King, both of Bun­bury.

Jean Barund, Kayleen O'Lough­lin, Va­lerie Rowe, Sue Den­nis and Re­becca Corps, from the Stir­ling Street Arts Cen­tre’s Bun­bury Felt­ing Group.

Anne Arndt and Su­san Hill, both of Bun­bury.

Jaymee Chap­man, 4, with six-month-old kan­ga­roo Shona and Chantel Allen, of Bun­bury.

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