PAMELA JORDAN, left, wraps gifts with help from her shopping buddy Ronda Thilo at the Senior Santa event put on by the Friends of Seniors. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum


Seniors enjoy lunch, shopping and Santa

By From page B1 | December 16, 2013

The Friends of Seniors organization pulled off another very successful Senior Santa event on Dec. 10 at the Placerville Kmart. Thirty local seniors who otherwise would not have been able to give gifts to family and friends, were treated to a full day of festivities beginning with lunch at the Diamond Springs senior nutrition site. After lunch the group experienced a fun-filled shopping adventure that ended with a wrapping party at the Mother Lode Lions Hall and a visit from Santa.

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