Merry Christmas from Ashcroft-Cache Creek Seniors’ Association

President Pat Kirby offers her thanks and holiday well wishes to the communities.

Dear Editor

On behalf of the Ashcroft Cache Crek Seniors, we would like to thank the residents and friends in this area who are always there for us, in any of our endeavours. It’s nice to meet and talk to you all, whether selling tickets or at our Bazaars.

A very big thank you to our members and friends who worked so hard at our Strawberry Tea, our Christmas Bazaar or our annual Carpet Bowling Bash; our weekly bingo callers, plus those wonderful ladies who spoil us every Saturday Bingo with those tasty treats! I can’t forget Wendy, who is always there for us at any of our do’s. I’m sorry I can’t mention every name, but you all know who you are. Just remember, you are thought of by us all.

Lastly, I will add the names of our Raffle winners: 1st Prize (Christmas Hamper) Stephanie Walker; 2nd ($75) Mary Edwards, 3rd ($60) Christine Wilson; Door Prize  Aletta Hanson; Cake – Louise Burroughs; and Grill – Fusa Teshima. All are from Ashcroft.

Don’t forget our annual Christmas party on Dec. 13 at Chris’ Under the Bridge. Door open at 11 am, but let me know by Dec. 10 that you’re coming.

A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from us all.

Pat Kirby

Ashcroft-Cache Creek Seniors Association

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