Senior lunches continue

Throughout 2014, the District of Invermere hosted monthly senior lunches

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District of Invermere

 

Throughout 2014, the District of Invermere hosted monthly senior lunches on the second Thursday of each month. They have partnered with the Invermere Legion to keep this successful program running for 2015.

Each month, about 40 seniors gather for a delicious soup and sandwich lunch complete with coffee, tea and dessert. The lunches are lovingly prepared by Legion volunteers.

In addition to good company, the District of Invermere arranges guest speakers and entertainers.

The next lunch being held on Thursday, May 14th will host the representatives from the Family Resource Centre — they will be giving an update on the Better at Home program. The cost is $10, payable at the door. All seniors are welcome and reservations are required so the Legion can properly prepare.

To reserve your seat, email Theresa Wood at events@invermere.net or call and leave a message at 250-342-9281 ext 1227.

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