Family Day celebrations will commence at the Dunchurch Community Centre on Saturday, Feb. 16 from 2 to 6 p.m. The Whitestone Recreation Committee invites you to come out for some skating, tobogganing, snow games and afternoon entertainment. They will be serving free hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee and tea. For sale to attendees is chili, hot dogs, pop and water. Everyone is welcome and there will be a vintage snowmobile display, something for the whole family.
The Dunchurch Exercise Club is meeting Wednesday, Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. in the Dunchurch Community Centre. The cost is $3 per person; it’s a great way to get or stay in shape and meet like-minded people trying to be healthier in 2013.
A fitness class with a trainer will be held this Saturday, Feb. 9 at 10 a.m. in the Dunchurch Community Centre. The price for February is an $8 drop in fee and all levels of fitness are welcome. It can help you lose weight, gain flexibility, build confidence, relieve stress, increase muscular strength and get a healthier body.
Euchre results for Tuesday, Jan. 29 are as follows: First, Cliff Greenwood with 81; second, Bill Church with 79; lone hands, Joy Warnholtz with six.
Cribbage results for Thursday, Jan. 31 are as follows: First, Chris Andersen four wins and 341 points; second, Phyllis Sands with four wins and 323 points; third, Viola Bresolin with three wins and 477 points.
Euchre results for February, 2 are as follows: First, Elizabeth Campbell with 70; second, Beth Broadrick and Cliff Greenwood tied with 68 points; lone hands, Bill Brillon, Elizabeth Hamilton, Brenda Powis, Phyllis Schmidt and Marg Shamess with three each. Meat draw results for Saturday, Feb. 2 are as follows: Phyllis Sands – ground beef; Norma Johnson – chicken legs and roast beef; Shirley Swartz – pork chops; Joan Kivell – Smokies; Gary Martin – ground beef; Max Church – bacon and pork roast; Dale Caldwell – chicken breast; Kevin Crossman – T-bone steak. The next meat draw is Saturday, Feb. 16 at 4 p.m. right after euchre.
The Whitestone Parents Association has started a bursary award for a WLCS student graduating from Parry Sound High School. This is an annual award for a student continuing a post-secondary education that has been an active member of our community. A well-rounded student with volunteer hours and extracurricular activities not just grades will be considered.
That’s all the news for this week, if you have any information you would like to see in the Dunchurch News please call me at 705-389-3768 or email me at email@example.com by 6 p.m. Sunday.