Friendship Centre Christmas Luncheon / Museum Christmas Open House

Friendship Centre Christmas Luncheon

Approximately 225 people enjoyed the lovely turkey dinner prepared by the Mapleview Mennonite Ladies at the Friendship Centre Christmas luncheon on December 1st. Entertainment was provided by the Stonetown Entertainers pictured above.
Approximately 225 people enjoyed the lovely turkey dinner prepared by the Mapleview Mennonite Ladies at the Friendship Centre Christmas luncheon on December 1st. Entertainment was provided by the Stonetown Entertainers pictured above.
Staff and volunteers who contributed to a very successful Friendship Centre Christmas luncheon on Friday, December 1st were front row - Allyson Dunseith, Donna Simmons, Bonnie Rudd & Matt Lamers, back row - Hillary Bennett, Susan McCutcheon, Nancy Muir, Sue Holliday & Pauline White.
Staff and volunteers who contributed to a very successful Friendship Centre Christmas luncheon on Friday, December 1st were front row – Allyson Dunseith, Donna Simmons, Bonnie Rudd & Matt Lamers, back row – Hillary Bennett, Susan McCutcheon, Nancy Muir, Sue Holliday & Pauline White.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Museum Christmas Open House

Edythe Mugford and Ruth Grice enjoy some old-fashioned Christmas fun in the school house at the Museum's Christmas Open House on December 3rd
Edythe Mugford and Ruth Grice enjoy some old-fashioned Christmas fun in the school house at the Museum’s Christmas Open House on December 3rd
The Stonetown Minstrels, Mary Starnaman playing the celtic harp and Marcy Bremner on the flute entertained visitors at the Museum Christmas Open House held on Sunday, December 3rd.
The Stonetown Minstrels, Mary Starnaman playing the celtic harp and Marcy Bremner on the flute entertained visitors at the Museum Christmas Open House held on Sunday, December 3rd.

 

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