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Wasn't that a Christmas party!

Rotary Interact students pose with Santa at the Rotary Christmas party Sunday at Genelle Hall. - Craig Lindsay
Rotary Interact students pose with Santa at the Rotary Christmas party Sunday at Genelle Hall.
— image credit: Craig Lindsay

Castlegar Sunrise 2000 Rotarians celebrated Christmas on Sunday at Genelle Hall with a party filled with turkey dinner and all the fixings. No Christmas party is complete without carolling and that was done in spades. There was even an appearance from Ol' Saint Nick himself.

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