The Pioneer Trail Center Society are just coming off of their Winter Party and it was a smashing event for all.

"There are so many events packed into December, and the caterers are so busy, so we decided we would try to have our winter party in January. So, we did it for the first time last January, and then again this January," explained Pioneer Trail Center President Joanne Moulten.

The event was held on Tuesday and featured door prizes, happy hour, and the chance for many to visit with each other.

"Last year it was really good, and this year I have to say, it was really good as well. The doors open at 5 o'clock, and then the dinner is served at 6 pm. We had Cat Country boys play music, and that is always very enjoyable," continued Moulton.

Moulton explained that quite a few went up to dance even though male partners were scarce to find. The night was enjoyable for everyone and stresses the importance of gathering together.

"I think it is really important because it gets so many people out and mixing. There are a lot of seniors that tend to hibernate in their apartment, and these are good mixers," concluded Moulton.

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