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In November, the Chalk River and Area Lions Club donated $500 to the Seniors Friendship Club.
Seen here presenting, on behalf of the Chalk River and Area Lions Club, are Becky Daynard and Vandaline Lance. Accepting, on behalf of the Seniors Friendship Club, is club president Rolland Kelly.
Thank you very much to the Chalk River and Area Lions Club for this thoughtful and generous donation.


 Are you curious to know what the SFC Activities Committee has been up to?
If so, check out our calendar.
We are always adding new activities and events, so check back often!
Test Your Knowledge of All Things Scottish!
Monday, Jan. 25th at 12:30
Enjoy your lunch while joining us as we test your Robbie Burns Day Trivia!
If interested, please contact or 613-401-3452

On Tuesday, Jan. 26th with the SFC:
Chair Yoga and Travelling the World Together!
Join us at 10:30 as Angela Stewart takes us through the gentle moves of Chair Yoga, with a bit of meditation thrown in!
At 1:00 we gather together again with the Librarians of the Deep River and Laurentian Hills Libraries for our weekly Book Club.
"Tuesday we're sharing stories of "Traveling the World Together". This theme is wide open! Travelogues, memoirs, migration, immigration, wanderlust, backyard discoveries, or more. What are you reading? Fiction? Non-fiction? Short stories? Audiobooks? It doesn't matter to us. We love to talk about books and would love for you to join us."
Event - free and open to everyone.
Wally Schaber - author of The Last of the Wild Rivers: The Past, Present, and Future of the Rivière du Moine Watershed
Please Join us Monday for our zoom presentation on the Dumoine Tote Road Trail part of the Three Rivers Project.
Through words and images I hope to bring the history of the Dumoine River watershed alive for youcinspiring you to visit and protect this magnificent watershed.
Monday evening Jan 25 at 7:00 pm
Thank you for your interest and offering to share the event, please feel free to share far and wide!
Here is the link at which to register:
Thank you once again for offering to share, the event is free and open to anyone.
Looking forward to seeing you on Monday evening at 7:00!
John McDonnellDirecteur général / Executive DirectorSociété pour la nature et les parcs du Canada – Section Vallée de l’Outaouais
T : (819) 778-3355 poste/extension 222 (bureau / office)
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society - Ottawa Valley Chapter
15, rue Taschereau, suite 240Gatineau (Québec) J8Y 2V6T :
(819) 303-2775 (bureau-maison / Home office)T: (819) 209-5178 (cellulaire / mobile) E : W :www.cpaws-ov-vo.orgW :www.snap-vo.orgNous travaillons sur les territoires non-cédés, ancestraux et traditionnels des peuples Algonquin Anishinabeg et Mohawk.We work on the unceded, ancestral, and traditional territories of the Algonquin Anishinabeg and Mohawk People.
SFC Snowshoeing Wednesdays
Seniors Friendship Club Wednesday Snowshoe Outings are very popular, so we have had to adapt our strategy.
Fortunately Wayne has some helpers willing to take groups so we can accommodate more people.
Gather as usual at the DRXC Chalet on Balmer Bay Road at 1:30 pm on Wednesday 27 January and we will separate into groups of five. We will go from the Chalet south on the Main Loop and cross King’s Farm lane then to the Lookouts over Kennedy Creek.
Please reply to if you plan to attend this week.
Ann Serdula
SFC Membership Director
Thank you to Kim, Jenna, and Madelaine for yesterday's classes. What could be better? Fitness, food, and meditation!
Join us again next Thursday morning at 10:30 for another Hip & Balance fitness class instructed by Kim.
Madelaine will be instructing her meditation class again next Thursday at the usual time of 7pm.
Jenna will be back to instruct us in the kitchen on Thursday, Feb 4th at 4:45; but log in early in case there are any technical issues that we need to iron out before the cooking begins!