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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Friday morning, folks at the Primus Industries Day Center celebrated the Christmas holidays with songs and special performances.

Organizers say participants wanted to remind each other how blessed they are this holiday.

They also held a special moment of silence for the students and teachers whose lives were lost in the Newtown, Connecticut school shooting.

Participants walked with signs with the names of each of the 26 victims in remembrance of their lives.

"They wanted to recognize those who lost their lives in Connecticut so we had a moment of silence for them, just to remember them and just so we can keep them informed on what's going on in the community," said Patricia King, Support Day Coordinator.

Organizers say over 85 people showed up for Friday's Christmas celebration before they head home for the holidays.

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