Back row from left: Daryl Reesor

50+ Stamp Club hosts Junior Stamp Club

Members of the Campbell River Junior Stamp Club from Penfield and Georgia Park elementary schools attended the 50+ Stamp Club’s monthly meeting Feb. 17.

Members of the Campbell River Junior Stamp Club from Penfield and Georgia Park elementary schools attended the 50+ Stamp Club’s monthly meeting Feb. 17. Parents and club members combined their efforts to bring the youngsters to the Community Centre during school hours to meet the ‘older’ members of the local club. Thanks to Rochelle at the Tyee Plaza postal outlet, the Junior Club members were presented with gifts of Mint First Day Covers by club secretary David Wood.The City of Campbell River Recreation and Culture 50+ Active Living Programs has had an enthusiastic and active stamp club for many years. In 2007 the Junior Stamp Club was originated with club advisors Shirl and Daryl Reesor. Both clubs are supported by 50+ Active Living members with gifts of collected stamps and collecting materials. Canada Post has also donated Mint stamps to both clubs.For more information, contact Linda Moore, Program Coordinator at 250-286-1161.

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