Says [Ralph Lebold], "For Eileen and myself, 50s Plus/Minus is the most significant care group for us. We never miss unless we are away or have medical appointments. There is a lot of informal pastoral care that takes place through this group." *MC Canada Witness worker [Cheryl Woelk], of the Korea Anabaptist Center, addresses the 50s Plus/Minus Group at Waterloo North Mennonite Church.Palmer and Ardys Becker joined the 50s Plus/Minus Group two years ago. "We look forward with eagerness to these times of interacting with our friends and interacting on interesting and important issues" Palmer says.