St. Regis 4-H group treats seniors

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  • Members of the St. Regis 4-H group sing Christmas songs to seniors in St. Regis on Dec. 14. (Photo courtesy of St. Regis 4-H)

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    The St. Regis 4-H group enjoyed a meal at the St. Regis Senior Center on Dec. 14 after singing songs to the group. (Photo courtesy of St. Regis 4-H)

  • Members of the St. Regis 4-H group sing Christmas songs to seniors in St. Regis on Dec. 14. (Photo courtesy of St. Regis 4-H)

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    The St. Regis 4-H group enjoyed a meal at the St. Regis Senior Center on Dec. 14 after singing songs to the group. (Photo courtesy of St. Regis 4-H)

The St. Regis Senior Center was given a holiday treat when the St. Regis 4-H group visited on Dec. 14. They sang songs to the seniors, including the traditional melodies of: “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot like Christmas;” “Here Comes Santa Claus;” “Frosty The Snowman;” “We Wish You a Merry Christmas;” and “Jingle Bells.”

The 4-H club members also handed out goodie bags — packed to the brim with delicious treats — to everyone in attendance. 4-H member Jack Connolly said the experience was nice, and the food and people were wonderful.

“We highly recommend setting aside time to visit with the seniors,” he said.

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