The Holiday season at Southern Columbia was ushered in with the celebration of the 10th Annual Senior Citizen Holiday Dinner.  The dinner, which has become a cherished tradition at SCA, was well-attended with many guests expressing appreciation for the delicious meal served and beautiful music performed by the Gospel Carolers and Brass Ensemble. The Senior Citizen Holiday Dinner is sponsored and organized by the Middle School whose students fundraise to support this annual event. Congrats to Mr. Callahan and his students and staff, as well as to all other Southern stakeholders-including Santa- who helped in any way to bring good tidings and cheer to our guests!

 

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