I have a story to tell about our club — We Help Each Other (WHEO) — which has been in Sudbury for almost 52 years. Yet, it is not a well-known club, but is remarkable for the following reasons.
There is no age limit, no discrimination regarding gender, language or religion. Can you believe that? English is predominant, and a short prayer is said before and after meetings and meals.
We have no sponsor, and we are fully self supporting.
We get together every Monday night at 6:30 p.m. until 9 p.m. at the Parkside Centre in downtown Sudbury. There are no parking problems, which is great in nasty weather.
At this time, we play three card games every evening: Uno, 500 and cribbage. We used to play darts, and we had dances quite often.
We have a catered dinner at Christmas and Thanksgiving, a Chinese dinner, often Mother's Day or Father's Day, a pot luck supper now and then, a picnic in July and a corn roast in August.
At present, we have a rather small membership, but there's lots of room for new members. Why not drop in any Monday and check us out? You are most welcome at the Parkside Centre.
Secretary, publicity co-ordinator