Deniliquin will celebrate its seniors throughout this week with a list of activities.March 18, 2014 4:30am
Mature-aged people around NSW and in Deniliquin are being celebrated as part of 2014 Seniors Week this week.
Deniliquin organisations are marking the occasion with a host of events throughout the week, and a highlight will be the Deniliquin Senior of the Year Award presented to an outstanding local senior nominated by a member of the public.
This week’s events include:
On Thursday, the feature length film Ping Pong will be shown at Intereach from 7.30pm. The documentary is about eight players who compete in the over-80s table tennis championships. Entry is $5, which includes nibbles.
The Deniliquin Senior of the Year Award will also be presented.
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