Angus Place honoured its residents 90 and older last week. In the back row from left are Jim Sebastian

90 and older

Angus Place honoured its residents 90 and older last week.

Angus Place honoured its residents 90 and older last week. In the back row from left are Jim Sebastian, Don Huston, Nan Thornthwaite, Alex Grimmer, Vera Embley, Charlie Bernhardt, Jerry Kilburn, Jim Mayne, David McIntosh, Art Zilkie, Rosa King and Hazel Balog. In the middle row from left are Mary Barrows, Barbara Pearce, Isabel McCargar, Glenys Clark, Elsie Oates, George Hoover, Rubina McCoy, May Mayne, Audrey McIntosh, Hazel Howie, Pearl Waylett and Mavis Clark. In front from left are Anna Ward, Bernice Roblesky, Monica Veillette, Millie Hamblett, Beatrice Sears, Eileen McArthur, Margaret Dunsdon, Pauline Ireland, Ilda Turnbull and Charlotte Greber. Missing is Martha Soderberg. The number of residents 90 and older is increasing. In 2004, there were 15 and in 2008 there were 30. This year, there are 38.

 

 

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