From the Centre – Time to start thinking about Strawberry Teas

The Ashcroft-Cache Creek Seniors Association makes plans for their annual Strawberry Tea, Apr. 26.

Summer seems to be in the air with all this beautiful sunshine. I guess some of you will be getting the gardens ready and planting the early veggies. The Seniors are thinking “Strawberry Tea.”

The Ashcroft-Cache Creek Seniors Association is holding its annual Strawberry Tea in the Centre on Apr. 26 from 1-3 pm. Hope to see you there and be able to say “Hello” again. We also have crafts and books for sale.

Another bus trip is being planed for the Anglemont Players event. This is Sunday, June 22, and we need a bus load to go. Please come down to the Senior’s Centre and sign up early. We have a lovely day planned with a stop in Kamloops for our supper on the way home. We have had many successful trips to this event over the years and we look forward to another one.

We are carrying on business as usual, but need more members to come out for our monthly meetings to conduct our affairs and take an interest in what we do at the Centre. Please remember, our members are what we are and what we do, so come out and have a say in what you would like us to change.

We have quite a few options for you to help us make decisions about. You will enjoy our friendly chats, and a hug when you are down always helps you get through the problem.

Kevin is mending from his knee surgery.

Let’s hang our troubles in the closet and throw them away when you change your clothes to the summer ones.

Love to all from our Seniors.

Muriel Scallon

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