Seniors share fun
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.