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The year winds down with holiday spirit

January 8th, 2024

Christmas activities drew enthusiastic participants in Wainwright.

Ho, ho, ho! Dozens upon dozens of holiday happenings occurred at Points West Living communities in late 2023. Here’s a wee sampling:

Residents in Cold Lake built gingerbread houses, commenting that the activity brought back good memories of Christmastime. See photos here.

In Drayton Valley, visits from hockey players and elementary-school students, and a trip to view Christmas lights around town, lit up residents’ days. Read the full story here and see photos here.

Residents in Athens Creek in Penticton created an “angel tree,” painted snowmen, decorated ornaments with kindergarten kids, hosted a family of singers and much, much more. See photos here.

Stettler residents had a door-decorating contest, visited with the Claus family and rang in the new year with style! See photos here.

In Moose Jaw, residents enjoyed gifts from Christmas Spirit for Seniors, delivered by a Christmas-carol-singing group of Warrior hockey players. See photos here.

Snowflakes dangled from the ceiling and bright red napkins decorated the tables as residents and guests in Prince Albert enjoyed their Christmas Gala. See photos here.

Music was in full force in Wainwright, with violinists and choirs of all ages, plus essential activities like decorating cookies with youth and receiving Secret Santa presents. See photos here.

Read even more holiday examples here.

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