Collect your friends and join us at the Whitefish Community Center for Wii Bowling. For now, we will meet at 1:00 pm on Thursday, January 4, and Thursday January 18. This will give us a chance to find out who is interested and what day of the week is best. Beginners are welcome. So are experienced “bowlers,” who may share tips and tricks. We will dedicate January to rounding up players and getting in some practice. As we move into spring, we will discuss teams and competition
By royal decree, it is hereby announced that Jon Carter shall be our Golden Knight and Pat Carter shall be his Golden Lady for the 2018 Whitefish Winter Carnival. Our coronation festivities start at 10:30am on Thursday, Feb 1. If you miss that, catch us at the Grand Parade. We are usually entry # 6. Let’s cross our fingers for good weather on Saturday! More information about Jon and Pat in the February Golden Gazette!
This class, taught by Celia Chambers, has been met with more interest than we had anticipated. Enrollment was full even before the date was set. This is our instructor’s first class experience, and she wants to limit it to six people. (The tamale process is not for anyone who likes quick and easy.) Once we have the first class on February 21 under our belt, we will know if we can offer a class with more students. If you have an interest, call 862-4923 and have your name added
Our annual holiday meal will be served on Friday, December 22, at 11:30 am. We would love to have you join us — the more the merrier! Volunteers, members, friends, family — don’t be shy. Here are the details: Menu is roast pork or poultry with sage dressing. Served with mashed potatoes, gravy, green salad, croissant, and cherry cheese cake. Call 862-4923 by December 20 to make your reservation and specify if you wish pork or poultry. Suggested (not required) donation is $4.00
We are so fortunate to have Mr. Jon Carter as one of our volunteers. He is a wizard with “miniature” Christmas lighting. He has the patience to inspect and replace all bulbs that are burned out. He can remove those tiny little bulbs from their tiny sockets and know what to do when he gets them apart. We are thankful for the time he spends every year getting our tree to shine bright. Kudos to Jon!
We have 18 new smoke alarms ready to go to elderly citizens who could benefit from this safety mechanism. These came to us as the result of a project that 15-year-old Bailey Lake saw to fruition. Bailey has been very involved over the years with 4H and then with Future Farmers of America. These organizations gave her the experience and confidence needed to start a project and see it through to completion. She first partnered with Agency on Aging and Kalispell Senior Center. H
Whitefish Newcomer’s Club started as a monthly luncheon but has become so much more! The Breakout Groups which schedule gatherings based on interest include: Bridge, Cooking, Crafts/Knitting, Book Club, Theater, Golf, Cross-Country Skiing, Downhill Skiing, Snow Shoeing, Yoga, Kayaking, Tennis, Pickleball, and Hiking. Do any of these activities interest you? If so, please contact Laura Snider at firstname.lastname@example.org. She can answer your questions and provide additional informat