The Ayer’s Cliff Unity Fifty Plus Club

Sherbrooke Record - - CLASSIFIED -

The Ayer’s Cliff Unity Fifty Plus Club met on Fe­bru­ary 13 in the Beu­lah United Church hall.

Pres­i­dent Linda Grenon wel­comed ev­ery­one and wished us a Happy Valen­tine’s party. There were lots of red hearts, can­dies and flow­ers dec­o­rat­ing the ta­bles, thanks to May Cun­ning­ton. Linda thanked Phil, Nancy, May and Ben for set­ting up. An­other Thank You to Phil and Nancy for or­ga­niz­ing and tak­ing on the Jan­uary meet­ing while Linda was away. “Way to go Phil.”

We are pleased to an­nounce that five new mem­bers joined our club. Wel­come to our group. They are Char­lotte Chamitof, Jane Pierce, Eileen Dezan, Jan Dezan and Jean Caty. Guests this month were Danielle Car­ron, Pa­tri­cia Win­tle and Jim Mackay.

Linda’s open­ing Joke: “Why did the Ba­nana go out with a Prune .... Be­cause he couldn’t find a Date!”

Rev. Lee Ann Hogle asked the Bless­ing. Thank you Lee Ann.

Thirty-six mem­bers and three guests sat down for the de­li­cious meal of chicken in gravy over a flakie bis­cuit, peas & car­rots, mashed pota­toes, salad and beet pick­les. All served by our very own Cindy from Le Bon D and her helper David.

The Half & Half was drawn, the win­ners were Jean Cass, Jean Caty and Barb Win­tle.

Our Trea­surer Jean Cass read the Trea­sur­ers Re­port for the year 2017 show­ing a favourable bal­ance.

Fe­bru­ary birth­days were Bar­bara Win­tle and John Daw­son. The Happy Birth­day song was played by Ernes­tine Whipple. The beau­ti­ful Birth­day cake made by Jean Cass for Valen­tine’s was cut by May Cun­ning­ton and served with ice cream by Mel Dustin.

Door Prizes went to Char­lotte Chamitof, Mel Dustin, Penny Fowler, Delma Fowler, Linda Grenon, Mar­i­lyn Lawand, Mar­guerite Dun­lop, Lloyd Smith, Casey Vriesendorp, Louise Peasley, Mary Levasseur, Phyl Dustin, Nor­man Win­tle, Ben Cun­ning­ton and Ernes­tine Whipple. Fe­bru­ary birth­days Rev. Bar­bara Win­tle and John Daw­son

A big Thank You to our cleanup crew. Each month they turn up for kitchen duty and do a great job as usual.

Thirty peo­ple stayed for BINGO. A ta­ble was cov­ered with prizes, Linda did the call­ing, and the happy win­ners car­ried home their loot. A lot of fun and laugh­ter was shared by most, but we did hear a sigh or two from those who had very lit­tle ac­tiv­ity on their cards.

See you all next month. March 6 for *SUGAR ON SNOW.*

Sub­mit­ted by Phyl­lis Dustin, Sec­re­tary

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