Carolynne Jensen, CIRC co-ordinator for Rimbey FCSS and Home Help Board gets a few tips on floor curling from Barry MacMillan last Tuesday at the Rimbey Drop In Centre. Representatives from FCSS met with seniors at the Drop In and participated in games and activities. Lunch was served and door prizes were handed out as part of the recognition of seniors. Treena Mielke Photo

Learning the rules of the game

Seniors celebrated

Carolynne Jensen, CIRC co-ordinator for Rimbey FCSS and Home Help Board gets a few tips on floor curling from Barry MacMillan last Tuesday at the Rimbey Drop In Centre. Representatives from FCSS met with seniors at the Drop In and participated in games and activities. Lunch was served and door prizes were handed out as part of the recognition of seniors. Treena Mielke Photo

Seniors celebrated

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