OAPO Christmas dinner Dec. 13

It’s hard to believe there are only 23 sleeps until Christmas.

It’s hard to believe there are only 23 sleeps until Christmas.

Time to get busy and write those yearly Christmas cards to relatives and friends so they’ll arrive before the day.

The turnout for the OAPO Branch 93 lunch and bazaar on Nov. 15 was awesome as usual. Thanks to all the seniors and friends for your support and to everyone who contributed to the bake table and raffle.

A big thank you to all the volunteers who worked in the kitchen, the servers and elsewhere.

Without your dedicated help, this event wouldn’t be the success it was.

Tickets are on sale now at the centre’s office for the gala Christmas OAPO dinner on Dec. 13.

Pick up your tickets early so you don’t miss out on this annual event. Memberships for 2013 are also on sale at the Seniors’ Activity Centre.

There will not be an OAPO Branch 93 monthly meeting in December. The next meeting will be on Thursday, Jan. 10 at 2 p.m.

Coffee, tea and refreshments are served afterwards. Your support is always needed to keep this organization active.

Age is no object, so if you’re finding the winter months with time on your hands, your help will be greatly appreciated by all seniors.

Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and a healthy, happy New Year.

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