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Rotary Club serves holiday dinners to 275 seniors

32nd annual event fills Pleasanton Senior Center

The Rotary Club of Pleasanton welcomed 275 seniors last Sunday to its 32nd annual free Christmas dinner at the Pleasanton Senior Center.

Members of the club hosted the seniors starting at noon after decorating the center and preparing the tables starting at 7 a.m. Roast turkey, gravy, dressing and all the trimmings began arriving about 11 a.m. on special food trucks provided by Open Heart Kitchen and its director Linda McKeever, a member of the Rotary Club.

Christmas music was provided during the luncheon by Don Lewis, Ed Rouquette and Michael Teague.

After a dessert of pumpkin pie and whipped cream was served, Santa Claus arrived on stage, followed by a group of the Rotarians' children to close with a Christmas sing-along.

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