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The “Remember When” band set the mood for the Lions and Thimble Club party.
The “Remember When” band set the mood for the Lions and Thimble Club party.
Trish and Pat McNally spread Christmas cheer.
Trish and Pat McNally spread Christmas cheer.
Thimble Club President Sharon Cirilo’s granddaughter Mercedes dances with her great grandfather Bob Baxter.
Thimble Club President Sharon Cirilo’s granddaughter Mercedes dances with her great grandfather Bob Baxter.
Rika and Paul Anctil dance into the night.
Rika and Paul Anctil dance into the night.
Family raffle winners: Norma and Dub Moore and Vickie and Bruce DeMenge.
Family raffle winners: Norma and Dub Moore and Vickie and Bruce DeMenge.

Lions and Thimble Club host holiday dinner dance


Saturday, December 22nd, 2012
Issue 51, Volume 16.
Jodi Thomas
Staff Writer
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The Lions and Thimble Club groups are philanthropic organizations who took the time to celebrate the end of a year of hard work at their combined holiday party. These clubs organize and man many of the community’s events, as well as raise money to support other organizations within the community.

Many of the members have spouses in each club so one party makes sense. The food was fantastic and delicious and tastefully arranged. It was catered by Sweet Slice Bakery.

The "Remember When" band was well enjoyed as the group glided, jittered, and strolled onto the dance floor. It was a time to enjoy friends, food, fun, family, and to relax. The organizers did a great job. A good time was had by all.


 

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