Long-time member Elsie Graham (right), aged 98, with committee member Audrey Brown cutting the anniversary cake.
Long-time member Elsie Graham (right), aged 98, with committee member Audrey Brown cutting the anniversary cake. robyn.wallish

Caloundra club still going strong after 46 years

ON JULY 8, the Caloundra Senior Citizen's Club had its 46th anniversary celebration.

Long time member Elsie Graham, aged 98, with committee member Audrey Brown cut the cake while the audience of 116 sang happy birthday.

Members then enjoyed excellent musical entertainment from TopShelf followed by a hot luncheon.

People 50 and over may like to visit our club and take part in activities such as indoor bowls, tai chi, gentle exercise, and the games mah-jong, whist, 500, bolivia and hoy. We also have an interesting bus trip every month .

Membership is only $10 for the year and entry is $3 for all these activities for members, $4 visitors.

We offer a cuppa and entertainment every Wednesday morning for no extra charge.

We meet at the CCSA Hall in Nutley St, Caloundra.

For members without transport a ComLink bus is available to carry people to and from our club on Wednesdays.

Please contact club president Ray Whiteley on 5438 1403 or secretary Jill Barr on 5491 5341.


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