Seniors Christmas Dinner a great success

Forest Grove Community Hall, Legion sites of fun, entertainment

The 42nd Annual Seniors Christmas Dinner at the Forest Grove Community Hall on Dec. 1 was a great success, according to Royal Canadian Legion Branch 261Ladies Auxiliary (LA) president Sheila Nelson.

More than 100 guests enjoyed a traditional meal with all the trimmings. Doug Jennings masterfully carved the turkey, Richard Bergen entertained as Santa Claus and army veteran Chuck Kyler was the lucky winner of the gift basket put together by the LA.

Rob McKay Tournament

Twenty-two participants from Kamloops, Clearwater, Ashcroft, 108 Mile Ranch, 100 Mile House and Forest Grove participated in the Second Annual Rob McKay Memorial Darts Tournament on Dec. 6, despite an adverse weather forecast.

The names of winners to be engraved on the trophy were Rick Lunsted from Clearwater and Ruth Leblanc from 108 Mile Ranch. The runners-up were Joe Short and Karen Smith from Forest Grove, and third place went to Forest Grove residents Ed Andrews and Darlene Tindale.

With a score of 135, Ruth also won the Women’s High Score, and the Men’s High Score went to George Burgeois from Kamloops with a 140 score.

A score of 60 garnered Heather Sinclair from Kamloops the Women’s High Out and Ed Andrews scored 74 to win the Men’s High Out.

Rene Leblanc collected the 50/50, which was set up to raise funds for new dart boards.

New Year’s Eve party

The Forest Grove Legion invites everyone to a House Party/Fundraiser to celebrate the completion of 2014 and see in the new year.

Wednesday’s usual “wing night” between 4 and 7 p.m. will be followed with dance music provided by DJ Larry “Little Elvis” Caronni until 12:30 a.m. There is no cover charge, and door and spot dance prizes can be won.

Wayne Gilchrist will be cooking some delicious “munchies” to keep everyone going – so join in the fun.

 

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