Seniors facility thriving

At a recent open house celebrating one year of operations, Dale Kerr presented the proceeds of a Fall Bulb Fundraiser

Dale Kerr presents the proceeds of a Fall Bulb Fundraiser in the amount of $791 to George Landry

At a recent open house celebrating one year of operations, Dale Kerr presented the proceeds of a Fall Bulb Fundraiser in the amount of $791 to the Copper Island Seniors Resource Centre.

Centre organizers are appreciative of  Kerr, who co-ordinated the event. Funds will be used to cover resource centre operating costs.

The centre is a busy place with several upcoming events.

Located at Shuswap Lake Estates, the centre offers computer workshops, foot care, and on-site massage sessions. Call 250-515-6047 to reserve your spot.

Cyber-Seniors Computer Tutoring takes place from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 24  and will feature Christmas letters. This workshop requires a word- processing program like Microsoft Word or Open Office.

The free Cyber-Seniors Computer Tutoring program also has openings for general learners.

If you are interested, contact Darlene Koss at 250-515-6047 and leave a message, text 250-305-9598 (text) or send an email to

Massage sessions will be available on Wednesday, Nov. 25. A small fee applies.

Foot care clinics take place Wednesday, Dec. 2 and Wednesday, Dec. 9. A small fee applies.

CISRC is partnering with Shuswap Hospice Society to provide grief support in the South Shuswap. Contact the centre at 250-515-6047 to register. Space is limited.

Join organizers to discuss planning for safe, healthy, active aging in community.

• Eagle Bay Hall at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10,

• Olde Town Centre, Blind Bay Resort at 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12. For more information, call Samara at 250-835-2178 or email




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