Song, Dance and Good Eating at Dayton's Senior Christmas Dinner

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Guests filled the Dayton Community Hall Monday night to celebrate Christmas the way they've done it for over 30 years. Canary Joe provides music while guests enjoy a meal prepared by the Dayton Benefit Club, Terry Luskin and Mrs. Mischke's Tongue River High School FCCLA. (Photo by Chris Foy)
Guests filled the Dayton Community Hall Monday night to celebrate Christmas the way they've done it for over 30 years. Canary Joe provides music while guests enjoy a meal prepared by the Dayton Benefit Club, Terry Luskin and Mrs. Mischke's Tongue River High School FCCLA. (Photo by Chris Foy)

Seniors filled the Dayton Community Hall Monday night to celebrate Christmas the way they've done for more than 30 years - with song, dance and free food. Program Chairman for the Ranchester Dayton Rotary Club, Norm Anderson, explains.

Rotary President Warren Mischke welcomed the dinner's many guests and the jazz group Canary Joe performed through the evening. Later on, Don Steadman led the attendees in a sing along to traditional Christmas music.

Anderson shares how the Rotary Club is able to provide a free night of food, drink and entertainment to the community.

The meals were prepared and served by the Dayton Benefit Club, Terry Luskin and Mrs. Mischke's Tongue River High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America.

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