Kitty Murray brings another plate of goodies to a table at last weekend’s annual Ashcroft-Cache Creek Seniors’ Christmas Bazaar.

From the Centre – Seniors’ bus service concerns seniors

Muriel Scallon reports on the monthly Ashcroft - Cache Creek Seniors' Association.

We sang O Canada to begin November’s monthly meeting of the Ashcroft Cache Creek Seniors’ Association.

Speaker Ashcroft Councillor Jackie Tegart spoke on some of the improvements that are in the works for the seniors’ end of the Village Office. Thank you for the information, and hope to have an ongoing dialogue with you as our liaison with the Village.

Our meeting opened with Pat Kirby in the chair.

We had lots of discussion on the seniors’ bus and how long we will be able to support it. We will talk again later about this subject.

Committee reports were all read and everything seems to be doing fine. Bridge isstill one of our popular games.

Thank you to all of our members who gave for our bazaar. We love you all.

Our Christmas Dinner is being held on Dec. 13 …

Birthdays for November: Ena Charles, Hilda Drinkwater, Alice Durksen, Linda Holland, Berneice Lemley, Cami Lindseth, Irma Schalles, Fusa Teshima and Donna Tetrault.

Muriel Scallon

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