The audience at the Bentley Senior's Week luncheon June 6 at the historic Bentley community hall were entertained by the singing and strumming of Hugh Kelly from Lacombe.

Bentley seniors’ week enjoyed

On Tuesday the regular Senior Drop-In took place in the afternoon and a special free seniors’ week movie.

On Tuesday the regular Senior Drop-In took place in the afternoon and a special free seniors’ week movie ‘Some Like It Hot’ was offered by the Bentley Municipal library.

On Thursday, a luncheon was provided at the Bentley Community Hall organized through Bentley Community Services.

It included homemade soup, bunwiches and veggie plates along with a special seniors’ week piece of specially decorated cake. About sixty people including a few from the Bentley Care Centre attended.

Also in attendance were local MLA Jason Nixon, town councilors Butch Howard and Cora Knutson, town CAO Elizabeth Smart and Community Services manager Barb Carson and many hall board members.

Entertainment was by Hugh Kelly on guitar singing old time western favorites in his wonderful baritone voice. He resides in Lacombe and has grown up in the Central Alberta area. Hugh has written several songs and also has produced four CDs of his music and songs. Many recognized the old time country songs he sang and some even sang or hummed along.

Lucky door prize winners were Martin Schneider, Mary Imbeault, and Shirley Sawyer.


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