Evergreen launches new group

The Evergreen Club - a 55+ organization - has launched a brand new group and are inviting the public to check it out.

  • Mar. 4, 2015 8:00 p.m.

The Evergreen Club – a 55+ organization – has launched a brand new group and are inviting the public to check it out.

The Life Long Learners Club is a new support group focused on needs and goals in health, sociability, communication, life management, end of life wishes, etc.

This group meets on the second and last Wednesdays of each month in the Rotary Hall in the Florence Filberg Centre. This drop-in group will run from 1-3 p.m.

In February, members were given handouts based on Arabella Benson’s presentations ‘Reversing Aging: How to Look and Feel Younger than Your Age’ and ‘How I healed myself of Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue in 28 days.’

The March 11 and March 25 meeting topics are gearing up to include ‘Clearing Clutter from your home, your head or your heart,’ ‘Chi-Kung, the Healing Workout,’ and ‘Laughter Exercises.’

For questions regarding meeting topics contact Arabella at 250-941-8885 or arabella888@gmail.com.

There is a $1 meeting fee and Evergreen Club membership is required.

FMI on the Evergreen Club groups, programs, and events go to evergreenclub.me.

Sign up for yearly Evergreen Club membership ($26 + GST) at the Courtenay Recreation Filberg office, or by phoning 250-338-1000.

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