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OK Club holds meeting at Heritage Centre

The OK Club met March 21 at the Heritage Centre of Jamestown with nine members and five guests present. The club was invited to be the Heritage Centre's guests for its activities of the day. Club members were a noon meal and were seated together ...

 

The OK Club met March 21 at the Heritage Centre of Jamestown with nine members and five guests present. The club was invited to be the Heritage Centre’s guests for its activities of the day.

Club members were a noon meal and were seated together at a decorated table in a room off of the dining room. There was no business meeting.

After the meal members chose to see the apartments or sat and visited while the meal table was replaced with tables for games. Information about the Heritage Centre’s apartments was available for those who wanted it.

DeLette Winkelman went to the second floor with Myra Nagel, a former Montpelier resident, to her apartment. Nagel ate with the OK Club during the meal. Former OK Club members Ivan and Irene Gjerding, formerly of Marion, also ate with the OK Club.

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Many games were available with whist and pinochle being the games of choice for OK Club members. OK Club members gathered with residents in the dining room and were served dessert and homemade pizza at 3 p.m.

All OK Club members had received coupons to come at noon or supper for a free meal with the only requirement being to make a reservation three hours ahead. Members were told to keep their coupons and to come again and bring a friend.

The next OK Club meeting is at noon Tuesday, April 4, at the Legacy Center in Jamestown. Guests are welcome.

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