Elvis made a comeback last week

Elvis headliner delights seniors at White Rock Community Centre

CARP-hosted event draws full-house crowd to community centre.

Elvis made a comeback last week, much to the delight of around 200 Peninsula seniors, when he – aka Steve Elliott – headlined an event at the White Rock Community Centre Thursday (Oct. 1).

Hosted by the local chapter of CARP to mark National Seniors Day, organizers – including CARP communications director April Lewis – also shared messages on the privilege of aging and the importance of voting in the upcoming federal election.

Elvis at seniors day

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