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Santa is for Fernie grown-ups too

Residents of Tom Uphill manor enjoy a Christmas tea buffet - Submitted photo
Residents of Tom Uphill manor enjoy a Christmas tea buffet
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On Tuesday, December 4, residents of the Tom Uphill Manor, family members and guests from New Horizons and Veneto were treated to a delicious Christmas tea buffet dinner with prizes, music and good company.

Resident Ruth Hopkins played Santa as she had individuals choose names from a bucket for prizes under the tree while lively carols played in the background and seasonal decorations added to the festivities.

 

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