Se­niors notes:

The Tatura Guardian - - News - — Kaye But­ler

Wed­nes­day was a very quiet day, with not much news to tell — no birthdays and no trips taken.

We did have a re­minder from our pres­i­dent of the safety mea­sures we should take in our homes.

Make sure you get your heater checked each year, not just be­cause you want to be sure it works when you need it, but also to be sure it is not re­leas­ing car­bon monox­ide into your house.

Throw any loose mats you have in the home out. They may take you on an un­wanted trip.

A mem­ber told us of a story of a loose mat in their car, which got stuck un­der the ac­cel­er­a­tor and al­most caused an ac­ci­dent.

Brian Reeves is back from his hol­i­day and look­ing very fit — nice to see him back home again.

Sunny and Kevin (Richards) are away for a short while, they have gone to see fam­ily.

Games re­sults:

Bowls — Mor­rie Serra and Bob Lopic­colo. Cards — Jim Hamil­ton, Shirley Tan­ska­nen, Hazel Halls and Olive Stam­mers.

Games — Fay Alexan­der, Kaye But­ler and Rose War­bur­ton. Pool — Bob Kohlman. Com­pe­ti­tion — Shirley Tan­ska­nen.

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