Everett Police Officers Association Marks 45th Year Of Serving Holiday Dinner To Seniors

December 9, 2018

Events in Everett, Police Blotter

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More than 200 seniors enjoyed a traditional holiday meal.

Today as they have since 1973, members of the Everett Police Officers Association, retired Everett Police officers, members of the EPD command staff and family members of all three groups got together to prepare and serve a holiday meal to local seniors. More than 200 meals were served today at the Carl Gipson Senior Center in downtown Everett, Washington. Along with the meal came live entertainment and drawings for Holiday prizes. Here are a few more MyEverettNews.com photos of the happy event.

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Preparation began early Sunday morning

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The crowd arrives for the first seating.

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A meal is served.

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It takes a lot of mashing to serve more than 200 meals.

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No meal is complete until the dishes are done.

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It was a team effort in the kitchen

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Another team delivered the meals

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Officer DelCastillo retired from EPD earlier this year but came by to provide Island style Holiday entertainment.



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