Se­niors share fun

The Tatura Guardian - - People - By Madeleine Cac­cian­iga Tatura Se­nior Cit­i­zens Cen­tre is at Flana­gan Pl, Tatura. For more in­for­ma­tion, phone 5824 2073.

Tatura Se­nior Cit­i­zens cel­e­brated on Satur­day with an event for all Ta­turi­ans and trav­ellers, open­ing up their clu­b­room doors for an un­con­di­tional in­vi­ta­tion.

Host­ing a free bar­be­cue and af­ter­noon of ac­tiv­i­ties, in­clud­ing bowls, pool, cards, quoits and disc bowls, mem­bers spent the morn­ing set­ting up and cook­ing home-made scones and cakes for the oc­ca­sion.

Club sec­re­tary Bob Kohlman said the day was a com­mu­nity get to­gether.

‘‘We just thought we’d put our­selves out there, and it’s a free day for any­body that wants a bar­be­cue lunch and have a bit of fun with quoits, bowls, pool or cards,’’ Mr Kohlman said.

The club used the op­por­tu­nity to re­lax with a few tunes and en­joy the sun­shine to­gether, wel­com­ing any­one who wanted to join in on the fun with open arms.

Edith Brad­bury, Brian O’Meara, Mar­garet Chance and Ev Leahy en­joy the bar­be­cue lunch. Left: Kaye But­ler and Merle Krause try their luck at disk bowls.Right:

Left: Gwenda Jen­nings and Jean Read en­joy a game of cards.Right:

Mor­rie Serra and Al­lan Richard­son share thecook­ing re­spon­si­bil­i­ties.Pic­tures: Madeleine Cac­cian­iga

Above: Tatura Se­nior Cit­i­zens pres­i­dent Veron­ica Dow­ell, sec­re­tary Bob Kohlman and Vic­to­rian pres­i­dent Kay But­ler have a laugh.

Proud: The group gath­ers for a quick photo be­fore the af­ter­noon heats up.

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