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Wedding skit held at Senior Center

May 4, 2010
BY JONI FERSTER

The Lehigh Acres Senior Center Spring BBQ was held last Thursday on Plaza Drive and drew a large crowd of senior citizens. Center Director Teresa Perkins opened the festivities with a prayer. Board Member Chester Olsen led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

Diners feasted on a reception of grilled chicken, potato salad, green beans, rolls, butter, beverages and tiers of very large, delicious cookies. Thanks to Kiwanis, Opal Lee, and LASC Member Bea Williams for extra donations specifically for the large new grill delivered and set up by Vann Banks, George McCollam and Chet Olson.

BBQ Chefs Peggie Halvorsen and Chet Olson had everyone served quickly.

Article Photos

This is the cast of the “Let’s Entertain Hillbilly Hatfield and McCoy Wedding” which performed April 29 at the Lehigh Acres Citizens Center. It was the occasion of the Senior Center’s Spring Barbecue. Shown from left to right, front row, pianist Sara Gillespy; great grandmother Agnes Gillespy.
Lehigh Acres Senior Center Spring BBQ held Thursday, April 29 on Plaza Drive featured the Let’s Entertain Hillbilly Hatfield and McCoy Wedding. Cast members are from left to right, front row, Sara Gillespy, Agnes Gillespy. Second row, Sharon Howen, Don Thompson, Lucy Gucofski, Aura Wilson, Penny Phillips, Lillian Beauregard. Third row from left, Lenore DelCastillo, Terry Homen, Darrell Fratzk. Fourth row, from left, Ron Valentine, Jo Palmer, Ruby Thompson, Ann Simonton, Headley Wilson. Fifth row, from left, Chet Olson, Gladys Olivieri, Jim Simonton and Feliza Peruski. Photo by Joni Ferster

The Let's Entertain Group presented by Director Penny Phillips entertained with the hilarious mock hillbilly Hatfields and McCoys Wedding.

The nuptials were enjoyed by all the guests who said they hoped the couple will live happily ever after.

The Let's Entertain group meets Tuesdays, 10-11:30 a.m. by the Ballroom Stage.

Volunteer actors, costumer designers, singers, musicians, and stagehands are always needed for the recreation facility on Plaza Drive. You can stop by the Center and pick up your free schedule of moire than 50 weekly activities or call 369-5355 for more information.

 
 

 

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