Se­niors notes:

The Tatura Guardian - - News - — Kaye But­ler

Lunch en­joyed by all

There was a great roll up for our al­ways en­joyed Wed­nes­day lunch last week.

The chefs ex­celled them­selves with veg­etable soup, lamb and rose­mary sausages with smash and veg­eta­bles and a sticky date pud­ding for dessert— what more could you ask for?

Al­lan Brown’s birth­day was also cel­e­brated at the lunch.

Our next pokie trip will be held on Mon­day, April 24, pos­si­bly to Rich River.

The usual con­di­tions ap­ply, so if you want the bus to go, bring a friend along with you.

We must have a min­i­mum of 30 peo­ple to make it hap­pen, so please con­firm by April 19.

This is al­ways a good day out and the $10 cost in­cludes a meal.

It was nice to have Ker­ryn from Greater Shep­par­ton City Coun­cil join us for our meal on Wed­nes­day.

We are sure she en­joyed her­self; I know we en­joyed hav­ing her there.

Games Re­sults

Bowls: Frances Brit­ton, Merle Krewse Cards: Edie Rus­sell Games: Kaye But­ler and Mar­lene Pen­gelly Pool: John Dalby Com­pe­ti­tion: Jean Read

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