As I write this, snappy cold persists under beautiful blue skis, sun streaming in the windows and at night a brilliance of stars.
A little American dipper is still hanging out at the Hawkins Lake Bridge, enjoying himself diving in the ice-free current of Bradley Creek. Just think of all those juicy larvae down there.
Topic of teeth
Kathryn Barrick was at Margo’s Cabin recently to talk to the Community Club about the 32 good reasons to brush your teeth regularly.
Kathyrn is a dental hygienist in the offices of Dr. Bob Beaton. She gave a spirited and well-prepared presentation to 10 members on all manner of dental care, particularly issues faced by we well-experienced people (I avoid the ‘O’ word), including options for those of us missing a few of the original 32.
Members thought it very useful and celebrated with a good healthy snack.
Yvette Stark says the next talk to the club will be by Judy Simpkins of Money Concepts, March 27 at 10 a.m. in Margo’s Cabin.
Judy will cover financial planning, RIFFs, RRSPs, TFSAs and so on, and there will be time for lots of questions. All are welcome. Memberships will be sold at the door.
The gals at the weekly 3C’s in Margo’s Cabin enjoyed learning Canasta so much they have decided to hold a regular game on the third Thursday of each month.
They want some men in there to spice up the play. Anyone who would like to participate is welcome. Phone Margo Wagner at 250-397-0016.
Judy and Joe Lauzon are proud as punch of their great-granddaughter Shadae Pollon.
The spunky 15-year-old from Prince George just won an archery bronze medal at the BC Winter Games in Mission.
That’s all for now. Until next time, here’s wishing you many blessings.