The Webster Parish Council On Aging was feeling the love this Valentine’s Season. The Council held a Valentine’s banquet the week prior, and on Valentine’s Day itself, they saw a visit from “Elvis Presley” to liven up the atmosphere with song and dance.
The Banquet was sponsored by the Regional Hospice, Town and Country Health and Rehab, and Council on Aging.
The Glenbrook Book Club came to the event and assisted clients by helping to serve their meals, with some even going out and joining them on the dance floor.
“Thanks to everyone who came out for another great Banquet,” said Cindy Watson, Site/Activities Manager of the Council on Aging.
Elvis Presley, impersonated by Mike Spillers, visited the Council On Aging’s building on Valentine’s Day where he and the Council celebrated the holiday through good old fashioned song and dance.
Elvis came, he performed a couple of songs, and he even danced with some of the clients,” said Watson.
There were also boxes of chocolates given in recognition to the longest-married couple at the event, Eldon and Mary Howell, the oldest man, Bob Cutuer, and oldest woman, Mattie Ford.
The Council On Aging implores anyone interested to stop by their center in Minden at 1482 Sheppard Street, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. to pick up a menu and February activities.