Pioneer lunch enjoyed by all

Yellowhead Pioneer Home residents gathered recently to enjoy their annual Christmas dinner in a beautifully decorated dining room at the home.  There was an abundance of animated conversation, and the excellent food was obviously enjoyed by all.

Yellowhead Pioneer Residence Society board member

Yellowhead Pioneer Home residents gathered recently to enjoy their annual Christmas dinner in a beautifully decorated dining room at the home.  There was an abundance of animated conversation, and the excellent food was obviously enjoyed by all.

The president of the Yellowhead Pioneer Residence, Darlene Hagen, noted that almost all society members came together to help with making the event a success.

There were many beautiful handmade items among the numerous colourful decorations that gave the room its festive look.  A handcrafted ‘village’ that was fashioned in cross stitch was on display, and the many colourful centerpieces were also handmade by Hagen.

The festive dinner event created a bright start for Christmas; now only a few more ‘sleeps’ away.

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