Golden an­niver­sary for Gle­nis and Phil Hage­man

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they would stop at Harry’s café for some­thing to eat and drink. One day they saw a Unit for sale ad in the café win­dow for the Kelv­in­grove Vil­lage com­plex in High Street. Even­tu­ally they went to look at it about four years ago, and thought it was fine, so moved right in and joined in the vil­lage and gen­eral com­mu­nity.

Phil is a keen golfer and helps out with the Golf Club’s work­ing bees and chores. Gle­nis does vol­un­teer work around the town and both join in with the so­cial ac­tiv­i­ties at the vil­lage.

Re­cently they hol­i­dayed in Can­berra see­ing all that our na­tion’s cap­i­tal has to of­fer.

The cou­ple has had a close re­la­tion­ship dur­ing their mar­ried life and when asked what they thought had kept them to­gether all these years Phil replied. “I think the se­cret is, to both give a bit, it can’t all be one way. “

Gle­nis said “Each should have some lat­i­tude, some space for them­selves. En­joy some pre­cious time as a cou­ple and ap­pre­ci­ate and re­spect each other. “They both agreed that a cou­ple has to work at their mar­riage when asked what they felt kept them to­gether all these years.

They have sup­ported each other through the good and bad times and their fam­ily.

Con­grat­u­la­tions and best wishes Gle­nis and Phil on be­half of your com­mu­nity in cel­e­brat­ing 50 years of mar­riage.

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