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Breakfast & Bingo for Valentine's Day

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February 14, 2007

Albany -- Some senior citizens got a whole lot of love from the city Wednesday.

This Valentine's Day, people 55 and over gathered at the Flint River Golf Course Club House.

The day marked the 3rd annual Valentine's Breakfast put on by the city's recreation department.

It's open to the public. People come out and enjoy a nice warm breakfast for free. All they're asked to do is wear red.  

"It's great to honor the seniors. A lot of times the seniors are pushed back in a corner and nobody thinks about them," says 93 year old Alma Crawford.

About 75 people showed up. After breakfast, the senior citizens enjoyed a game of bingo.

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