Sterling Community Center hosted Valentine's day dinner and dance

Sterling Community Center hosted Valentine’s day dinner and dance

The Sterling Community Center hosted their Valentine’s Day Dinner and Dance on Friday, February 14th. The dinner was prepared by community leader Bob Oakes and included bacon wrapped tenderloin steak, prawns, baked potatoes with all the fixings, vegetables, Caesar salad and dessert. Music was provided by Jay C Smith making a perfect atmosphere for dancing. There were lots of door prizes donated by local businesses so a lot of people went home winners. Everyone enjoyed themselves and can’t wait for the next community event.

The Sterling Community Center is quickly becoming the social center of Sterling and provides a large selection of activities for the community to enjoy.

To see a calendar of events go to www.sterlingcommunityclub.com <http://www.sterlingcommunityclub.com/> .

Sterling Community Center hosted Valentine's day dinner and dance

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