There was plenty of festive cheer in the dining hall at Moree Care on Wednesday, as clients and carers came together to enjoy the organisation's annual Christmas party.
About 40 seniors and people with a disability attended the Christmas party on Wednesday, December 4.
The atmosphere was merry, with attendees sporting paper party hats from Christmas crackers as they enjoyed a morning tea, followed by a delicious Christmas lunch of ham and salads.
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You could hear a pin drop during the games of bingo in the morning, as everyone concentrated hard in an attempt to claim a prize.
The Moree Public School choir entertained the crowd and $5 secret Santa gifts were exchanged in the afternoon.
Moree Care usually hosts four themed lunches a year for the people in their aged care program and disability group. In October they held a beach party, while a Christmas in July celebration was held in July this year. In May they held a Biggest Morning Tea event, and in April there was a Seniors Festival bingo event.