Valentine Antics Bring Fun, Laughter for Taree’s Senior Citizens

  • January 26, 2011

Valentine Antics Bring Fun, Laughter for Taree’s Senior Citizens


When it comes to imagination and having fun, nothing beats the Valentine’s Day celebration Taree, New South Wales, Quotarians planned for the residents of nearby Bushland Place Nursing Home.

To celebrate Valentine’s Day the “Quota girls,” as they refer to themselves, staged a mock wedding. The hilarious show featured a bride and groom and the Flying Nun, Sister Bertrille, from the old television show. The residents got into the spirit of things with flowers and wedding cake. The nuptial ceremony was filled with witty lines and culminated in the couple exchanging hand cuffs instead of rings.

The Quota Club of Taree found a great way to liven up their usual visit with good fun and fellowship and at no cost. The staff members also enjoyed participating in the “wedding ceremony” as guests of the bride and groom. Comedy, the club members discovered, is a fantastic way to “lighten” what is very serious work, proving that laughter is the best medicine.

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