Senior Citizens Hall
58 Macalister Street
Never heard or played the game of Mah Jong? Don’t be put off by having ‘tiles’ instead of cards. It’s a great game, played in groups of 4, and although it has (to us Australians) funny terms like the Wall of China, Dragons, Winds, and Flowers. It’s no harder than learning the different suits – Spades, Clubs, Diamonds and Hearts that we are used to. But a word of warning – it can become addictive!!
If you have never played the game come along and give it a try. All welcome.
Members please WEAR YOUR BADGE – It is easy to learn members names (whether we remember them that is a different story)
Just a reminder that we are now playing Mah Jongg at the Seniors Citizens hall at a cost of $2.00 per member. The day and time have not changed. If you would like to learn to play Mah Jongg please join us.
Wonderful to see so many new faces and a special thank you to all members who have kindly taken on the role of teaching our newcomers.
All Mah Jongg members are required to be members of the Senior Citizens Association.
Quote for the month: “One loyal friend is worth ten thousand relatives.”
If you are unwell – stay home. Please remember to sanitize and keep safe distance during COVID.
After many months of not being able to attend the hall due to COVID-19 we were given the green light to commence on Wednesday 16 September.
Sixteen members attended the first morning. Even though we have a few rules to abide by the morning was enjoyable. Until next week take care,
If I had known my grandchildren would be so much fun I would have had
You Know You’re Getting Old When…
..”Happy Hour’ turns out to be a nap!
Jan Gordon 0408156657
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