Coat­i­cook area Se­nior Ci­ti­zen’s Club

Sherbrooke Record - - LOCAL SPORTS -

On Oc­to­ber 16, we had our meet­ing at the Elie Car­rier Cen­ter. We had a good number of mem­bers and four vis­i­tors.

Our pres­i­dent, Penny Fowler, pre­sented Mr. Mar­calexan­dre Fonda from the of­fice of the Hon­or­able Mrs. Bibeau, fed­eral deputy of Comp­ton. He talked to us about the as­sis­tance of­fered by the rid­ing of­fice for fed­eral ser­vices. The of­fice is at 175 Queen St., Sher­brooke and we should not hes­i­tate to con­tact them when we have ac­tiv­i­ties tak­ing place in the re­gion.

We had a pro­posal by Shirley Des­ruis­seaux: that the CASCC give a do­na­tion of $200 to the Dixville Ceme­tery in mem­ory of Mrs. Bar­bara Bel­lows. It was ac­cepted by ev­ery­one.

Get-well cards will be sent to Joan Bald­win and Doris Beaudin.

Be­fore the meal, Shirley Des­ruis­seaux said the prayer. Ellen Baily had also pre­pared a jar with choco­late and ev­ery­one was in­vited to take a guess at the amount. The win­ner was Dorothy Bab­bin and the run­ner up Marry Cut­ler.

All the mem­bers had some Hal­loween dec­o­ra­tion on them. We all par­tic­i­pated in bring­ing some­thing and some ‘lucky’ mem­bers were also dressed with all the rest of the deco re­main­ing. A vote for the best cos­tume was done and the win­ners were Arnold Mack­eage, Pat Bryant, Robert Shep­herd, Delma Fowler and Ly­dia May.

The par­tic­i­pa­tion prizes were won by An­dré Veil­lette and Miche­line Va­chon. The door prizes by Suzanne Martin, Jim Bai­ley, Ed Bryant and Dorothy Bab­bin.

Next month’s meet­ing is on Novem­ber 20 at the Elie Car­rier Cen­ter and the meal will be pork filet.

There will be a short con­fer­ence by Serge Fournier of the CAB, he is tem­po­rar­ily re­plac­ing Jade St-martin. Some­one will be phon­ing you to see who are com­ing.

Sub­mit­ted by

Penny Fowler, Pres­i­dent Suzanne Martin, Sec­re­tary

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