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Kudos & Kindness: Delightful performance

The Widowed Persons Association had the pleasure of the “Blue Ribbon Choir” (directed by Paul Kushner) come and entertain our members at the holiday/Christmas party in December. It was a delightful time that included a sing-along with the choir and a dance routine that our own Darlene Sweatt joined in. The Blue Ribbon Choir is one of nine local choirs overseen by the SLT Children’s Choral Society. They just finished their 17th annual Holiday Extravaganza at MontBleu in mid-December.

The Widowed Persons Association (WPAC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to those who have lost a spouse. Come and join in with members who relate to your situation and to share activities and functions. Our purpose is to help these widowed people rebuild their lives and join in the camaraderie.

Please come and attend a gathering before joining. You can get to know what we have to offer by calling 530-542-4912.

Jean Olson

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