Over the years the Senior Citizen's Club, also known as the 50 Plus Club, has been very active and continues to be active in the community. There is a pool table and two shuffleboards, and many decks of cards and cribbage boards and a few board games appear now and then.
SLGA approved Bingo is held the second Monday of each month.
Monthly activities include things like the Alzheimer Coffee Break; Soup, buns and dessert Lunch; the Annual hot dog barbecue in June; the annual Accordion Fest; and Saskatchewan Roughriders Football games on the big screen
Annual General Meeting and Pot Luck Supper
Wiener roast Social
Alzheimer’s Coffee Break
Soup, bread and dessert luncheon
Seniors Christmas Dinner
Bingo 2nd Monday of each month- For the community
Assistance to seniors who are in isolation due to Covid-19.
Forever In Motion Exercise Classes on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning from 9:00 to 10:00. These are designed for the active 50 plus age group.
Forever In Motion Exercise Class on Tuesday from 9:30 to 10:30 for those that like a more relaxed class.
Pickleball has become a large part of the Club since 2017. It started as a trial run on the pavement in front of the Club and has blossomed into a membership of over 50. There have been tournaments and weekly play. In the summer the local Southey hockey arena is used twice a week and in the winter months when the ice is in the rink the Pickleball group meet twice a week in the school gym.