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Thanks to everyone who came along to the April Independent Living Cafe in the Sensory Centre. The ILA Cafe is open to anyone with an assessed need from social work and anyone with an interest in disability. The next cafe is on Thursday, May 7, again in the Sensory Centre from 12.30-2 p.m. Come along and enjoy a light lunch, meet old friends and make new ones. Due to rising costs we are having to charge £2 per lunch to cover costs. For further information please contact Elma on (01324) 625097. We are now able to help anyone who might have a problem with transport. Please contact Sandra on 07841725228.
A metafit Falkirk class is on every Tuesday at Tamfourhill community centre at 8 p.m. All welcome for more information call 07739718361.
Meets every Friday from 7-9 p.mm. in the Scotia Room, Camelon Education Centre. All welcome.
There are bingo sessions every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday from 7.30 p.m. On Tuesdays refreshments are available for a small donation. Entertainment tomorrow (Friday) is vocalist Susan Weir with the show starting at 9.15 p.m.
Entertainment on Saturday is provided by Fraser’s Disco. There are pool and domino tournaments every Sunday from 2.30 p.m. Admission £1.
Featuring vocalist/comedienne Marion Martell and singer Janey Kirk, this takes place in Camelon Juniors Social Club on Saturday. Commencing at 8.30 p.m., tickets are available at the bar priced £2.
The weekly jackpot in aid of Camelon Juniors FC was not won with the consolation prize of £50 going to Gordon Mabbott. Next week’s jackpot will be £1250.
Events held in Tamfourhill Community Centre include: Monday – Kay klass dance at 4 p.m. and 4.45 p.m., Kickbox cardio fitness at 7 p.m.; Tuesday – Pop in for coffee and a chat between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., Parent and toddler group from noon-2 p.m., Creative industries workshop from 5.30 p.m.; Wednesday – Junior youth club at 5.45 p.m. for P1-P3 and 7 p.m. for P4-P7; Thursday – Senior youth club for S1 upwards at 6.30 p.m.; Saturday – Enjoy-a-Ball at 9.30 a.m. and 10.30 a.m.; Sunday – Jujitsu at 3.30 p.m.
These are currently being provided free in the community centre for Tamfourhill residents over 55 years every Wednesday. For more details contact Gayle on 07732055570 or Lynne on 07889621413.
Entertainment on Saturday is vocalist Julie Ann Alison.
Koffee Time today (Thursday) brings April to an end. You are warmly welcomed to join us any Thursday you can manage through the summer months. Plans are afoot on the last Wednesday of August to have an afternoon bus run to Largs. It should be a good day as there is a regatta due that week which should make good viewing. Our Bible Teaching on Sunday at 11.50 a.m. will be given by Billy Holleran, no stranger to Bethany Hall. On Tuesday we have a prayer meeting for folk near and far. We especially are remembering the people of Nepal at this time of national emergency and those affected by the earthquake in neighbouring countries.
New president Grant Williamson welcomes members and hopes everyone has an enjoyable and successful season. Thanks go to all those who work behind the scenes to ensure things run smoothly. The greens are in excellent condition thanks to Jimmy Rowan, Alan Shade and Derek Barr, while the gardens and surrounds are some of the best in the district thanks to Ian Stewart. John Burt and Jimmy, Ian, Derek and Dougie Harkness continue to use their expertise to keeping our function hall, bar and facilities in great condition. Fundraising is a big part of the club’s income and thanks again to Jim for running the successful 21-club and to the Janice Haston, Liz Rowan and Betty McQueen for their bi-annual prize bingo - both very important sources of income, as is the function hall which is very busy with concerts and shows ran by Kelly Dickinson. Also the many birthday and engagement parties and weddings that take place in the hall - all overseen by our excellent and hardworking bar staff, Kathryn, Kirsty and Charlene. Thanks go to the management committee who are tasked with running the club. There is a Juniors section which runs on Friday at 6.30 p.m. and club coach Kelly Dickinson will be only too happy to see any youngsters who may be interested in taking up the sport.
The agm of the Adult ICT Forum will take place on Tuesday, May 27 at 1 p.m. in the Camelon Community Centre kitchen. All interested parties welcome.
Tai Chi Qigong is a gentle Chinese exercise system that can help improve your health and wellbeing whatever your age or fitness levels without damaging joints. Classes take place in the Dorrator Road church hall every Monday from 6.30-7.20 p.m. Contact Yvonne 07824507785 or just come along and join in a friendly relaxed class. Suitable for beginners.