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Sylvia Preteau

The Vermilion Voice | September 28, 2015

Vermilion Seniors’ Centre News

new item was the Senior Centre Newslet- Margaret West 3rd. The 50/25’s were won Submitted ter – in this newsletter you will find all the by Peter Booy and Pauline Herzog. September is a great month of the year. present activities as well as some new The Potluck Supper was held on The leaves of trees are all turning color in activities. Keep this handy. There will be September 16th with 39 people attending. their shades of burgundy, orange, red and another one in December so all activities All that attended said the meal was excepyellow. This year no frost as yet so flowers will be kept current. If you have any ques- tional. Next potluck October 21st. wide version17th, the Seniors held are still blooming with their various colors. tions call the Centre at 780-853-4292. 3” On September The sky is often a deep blue which makes Diane will assist you. Another thing to note their first bingo at l:30 p.m. Being a new for beautiful pictures. Farmers are busy is that the Centre now has its own e-mail initiative, it was exciting to see how it would getting their crops off in anticipation of the address, vermilionseniorcentre@gmail. all play out. Two ladies, Mary Klementovcoming winter months when they can sit com. ich and Elsie Quikstad felt strong enough back and relax. On September 10th, The Crib Doubles about bingo to make donations towards Seniors are ready to participate in the Tournament was held with 10 REACH tables NEW particthe purchase the bingo machine and HEIGHTS WITH A NEWof CAREER various activities taking place at the Centre ipating. Doreen playing cards. Hank Dirkson volunteered Gain the skills, knowledge, and hands-on after a summer break. McIntyre was in charge of the dinner. to call bingo. Ten games were played with experience that will prepare you for employment The Executive Meeting was held She recruited a number of ladies to help each game paying half the proceeds with as a first year Power Line Technician or Power September 8th with a long agenda. Many and the meal was excellent. The dayApprentice. the exception of the final game. This last Systems Electrician Space is limited, so apply today!game prize will grow each time a bingo is things were discussed and approved. One was enjoyed by all attending but espeApplication OctoberAs 1, 2015 cially those thatDeadline: won held. always in bingo, everyone cannot Call: 1-888-48-MÉTIS the prizes. Sheila (1-888-486-3847) win, but the fun is in the anticipation of www.metisemployment.ca Duncanonline andat: Rhoda winning. The next scheduled bingo is on Desjardine won 1st , October 15th. Hope to see you there! Marj Osinchuk and Another new initiative is the Stitch and Tillie Heinemann 2nd, Chat at 10 a.m. on September 30th. The 3.75” version and Bliss Dixen and intentwide is to bring your embroidery, crochetServing Alberta since 1964

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ing and knitting along and chat while you complete that special project. Perhaps you have had an item on the go for years but can’t get enthused to finish it. Maybe you have never learnt to knit, crochet or embroider but would like to learn, the ladies will assist you. Scarves are always popular. Donations of wool or crochet thread would also be appreciated. If you have more than enough items already made at home, and the grand kids have lots, Santa’s Anonymous will be delighted to receive these items. That same day, September 30th, Soup and Sandwiches will be served for $5.00 at ll:45 am-1:pm. Let the Centre know if you plan to attend so the right amount of food can be prepared. Doreen McIntyre has volunteered to do the first one with the assistance of others. All soups will be home-made.What’s your favorite soup? Inside the Centre, the new stage c/w sound system and new paint throughout most of the building was made possible with the New Horizons for Seniors Program 2015 Stage Safety Grant. Thanks to Judy Woyewika, Dianne Dunn and Cecile McCrae for their assistance in seeing this project to fruition. It looks great! Outside the Seniors’ Centre, other activities are taking place. The roof of the community baking oven is in progress and plans are to stoke up the fires to make bannock and cinnamon buns on Saturday, September 26th to celebrate Cultural Days. The new roof on the Museum and window up-dates add to its charm. Can’t wait to 3”final wide version see the results of the Heritage Park!

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