Come out for lunch and join the senior society. If you are 50 years old and over you are welcome to join in the fun. (L-R) Gary Hemerling and Barb Peterson.

Are you over 50 and want to have fun?

The purpose of the society is to provide recreation and entertainment for senior in the community of the Lakes District.

Burns Lake and District Seniors Society (BLDSS) is 100 per cent volunteer non-profit organization.

The purpose of the society is to provide recreation and entertainment for senior in the community of the Lakes District. Improve the quality of life of all seniors; and to provide, in the future, a facility for senior activities and events.

The BLDSS organizes a number of activities and events mostly from October – April, and theses are open to members and non-members, including biweekly lunches, monthly pot lucks & socials, carpet bowling and general interest sessions (e.g. computer programs)

Most activities and events have a small charge to help defray costs. (50-50 raffles at events also help to keep down charges)

All seniors 50+ in Burns Lake and Lakes District are welcome to join the Society. Membership fee is $10 per year due in January.

Meetings are held the first Monday of each month at 1 p.m. at the regional district office. Members and non-members are invited to attend and help the society make decisions and allocate funds.

For more information call Kay Saul 250-698-7632 Diane Killman 250-695-7649

 

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