PHOTOS: Procession lets Castlegar seniors know they are not forgotten

Dot Shier Byrne participated in a vehicle parade Friday organized by Celina French that toured local seniors homes to spread some cheer in the age of isolation. Photos: Jennifer Small
Austin Deptuck
Ruby the dog
Sarah Ann
Lexys and Phoenix Tereposky
Ella Holt
Celina French
Cheryl New
Sara and Jonathan Hurd
Dot Shier Byrne

A car procession made its way through the streets of Castlegar Friday with the goal of bringing cheer to local seniors.

The group travelled to Stellar Place, Castleview Care Centre, Talarico Place and Castlewood Village.

“I thought it would be fun to give the elderly people some love by driving by the care facilities in a car procession,” said the event’s organizer Celina French.

All photos by Jennifer Small

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