Christmas cheer full to the brim for seniors

Jan WennekesMidwest Times
Kaye Morgan, Martine Kurandy and Val Humble.
Camera IconKaye Morgan, Martine Kurandy and Val Humble. Credit: Jan Wennekes

Christmas cheer was overflowing at Geraldton and Districts Senior Citizens Action Group annual festive lunch.

All up, 102 members and friends gathered for the party at the QEII Centre on Tuesday, December 14. The hall and tables were beautifully decorated by the social committee’s Val Brown and her willing helpers.

President Trevor Hansen opened the day with a hearty welcome, requesting everyone stand for a minute to remember absent friends who had passed away during the year.

Card winners were Terry Brennan, Anna Sisson, Bob Taylor and Doreen Major. A raffle was available and all proceeds will be going to the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

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Entertainment was provided by Peter, also known as Solitary Sounds, who played guitar and sang a variety of songs for more than two hours.

A delicious three-course lunch was provided by Angie’s Bella Caterers.

At the end of the day everyone went home with a gift from a table absolutely laden with goodies.

The last day for activities before the break was Monday, December 20.


No Meeting lunch in January due to Holiday break

January 18, 2022: President’s Dinner

January 24, 2022: Committee Meeting

February 8, 2022: AGM Lunch Meeting

Please note application forms are available for committee members for 2022. Check out our website: www.seniorsactiongroup.org.au

We send our best wishes for a speedy recovery to anyone who has been unwell recently.

Jan Wennekes is a committee member of the Geraldton& Districts Senior Citizens Action Group.

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