Dropping a Card at the Drop In Centre
Ernie Symington tosses a card onto the table during a game at the Provost Drop-in Centre on Friday afternoon, January 30 as Alma Phillippe picks one of hers to play. Extreme left is Cliff Haggerty while at far right is Joan Lee. The centre is open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons as well as Tuesday evenings for bridge, crib, canasta and other social events. ©Provost News Photo.
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