Michelle Rowland MP, Federal Member for Greenway, held her annual Christmas morning tea for local seniors yesterday at Max Webber Library in Blacktown.
150 local seniors came together to celebrate the Christmas spirit together, sing along to Christmas carols and play Christmas bingo!
Musical entertainment was provided by the talented students from Patrician Brothers’ College, Blacktown on the day and Simply Voices Choir.
The Western Sydney Woodturners held a stall on the day, along with Western Sydney Diabetes who gave a presentation. Blacktown Ponds Lions Club kindly provided Christmas puddings for 5 lucky prize winners.
“Thank you to all the residents who joined my Seniors Christmas Morning Tea this year,” Member for Greenway, Michelle Rowland MP said.
“With Christmas almost here, it was a wonderful chance to catch up with local seniors and celebrate the festive season.
“We sang along to many Christmas favourites, thanks to the musical talents of students from Patrician Brothers’ College, Blacktown and Simply Voices Choir, including We Wish You a Merry Christmas and O Holy Night.
“I love getting together with local seniors at my Christmas morning tea each year to spread Christmas cheer. I would like to wish everyone in the community a merry Christmas and a happy and safe New Year,” Ms Rowland said.