Apex says thanks with a Christmas lunch

Tari JeffersManjimup-Bridgetown Times
Manjimup Apex Club president Steve Walsh invites the region's seniors along to the free Senior Citizens Christmas Lunch at the end of the month.
Camera IconManjimup Apex Club president Steve Walsh invites the region's seniors along to the free Senior Citizens Christmas Lunch at the end of the month. Credit: Tari Jeffers

CHRISTMAS will come early for the region’s seniors later this month with the Senior Citizens Christmas Lunch.

The free annual event will be hosted by the Manjimup Apex Club.

Club president Steve Walsh said the lunch was a “thank you” to seniors for all they did in the community.

“It’s a way of giving back to seniors, who have given so much for our region,” he said.

“The club members enjoy putting on this lunch every year and we ask people to come along and enjoy themselves.”

The Christmas lunch will include a main course and dessert, a visit from Father Christmas and live entertainment provided by the Manjimup Singers.

“We want people to come along and have a fun and relaxing time,” Mr Walsh said.

“It’s also about meeting new people and enjoying the festive spirit together.”

The lunch will be held at the Manjimup Town Hall from 11.30am on November 26.

Bookings are essential and can be made at the Manjimup Newsagency, where there will also be menus available for viewing.

There will be a vegetarian option available and the club can cater for dietary requirements as long as they are specified during booking.

Call Mr Walsh on 0409 016 040 for more information and RSVP by November 20.

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