ULLADULLA Men’s Shed held a barbeque lunch fit for kings aspart of their senior’s week celebrations.
About 30 local members and visitors from the Men’s Shed inBawley Point, got together for a day of food and games last week.
The lunch was prepared by father and son duo Peter and GavinDorrell, and funded by a senior’s grant.
Shed leader on the day, Kel Greathead said everyone was setfor a typical entertaining day at the shed.
“We always have fun at the shed,” said Kel.
“It’s a great social day to celebrate seniors week.
“Most of the members are retired and we get a lot of supportfrom the seniors.”
The day featured a variety of games including, quoits,putting, botchy and Aunt Sally – an old English game introduced by foundationmember, Barrie Wilford.
Kel said the shed has a lot to offer for its members and is,“not just about getting dusty from wood dust, but other things as well.
“We often get representatives from Shoalhaven council andother organisations on a range of senior health issues, who have a lot of inputinto the shed,” he said.
Ulladulla Men’s Shed run a number of activities, programsand informative events.
Those interested in becoming a member can call the UlladullaMen’s Shed on 4455 6055 or email [email protected]南京夜网.
GREAT GATHERING: Kel Greathead with Gav and Peter Dorrell enjoyed the Senior’s Week gathering at the Ulladulla Men’s Shed in Narrawallee.
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