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Bryson Golden Age turns 40

The Bryson Golden Age Club celebrated their 40th anniversary on Dec. 4 at the Bryson Lions Hall. The group, which boasts 83 members, gets together weekly to play cards, exercise and socialize.
The organizers of the Bryson Golden Age Club’s anniversary celebrations show off the magnificent cake they brought out for the occasion. Back row, from left: Guy Racine, Paulette Lamothe, Lucie St-Jacques and Perry Kluke. Front row, from left: Joan Sicard and Bonnie St. Pierre.

Caleb Nickerson
BRYSON Dec. 4, 2017
On Dec. 4, dozens of people gathered to celebrate the Bryson Golden Age Club’s 40th anniversary at the local Lions Hall, with the daughter of the group’s first president at the helm.
There was plenty of food and an enormous cake to feast upon, as well as a wide array of door prizes to be won.
Club President Bonnie St. Pierre has been at the helm for 19 of the past 21 years, following in the footsteps of her father, Lionel, who was one of the organization’s founders.
She explained that the group, which boasts 83 members, gets together once a week to play cards as well as exercise and other activities.

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