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Gloria Stotts, of Tinley Park, dances with Tinley Park High School senior Kayla Taylor during the holiday luncheon Nov. 29 at TPHS. Photos by Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
Tinley Park pre-schoolers perform “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” for local seniors at the event.
After their lunch, local seniors play bingo in the school’s library.
Laurie Fanelli, Freelance Reporter
6:35 am CST December 5, 2017

Each generation has a unique understanding of life based on its formative years. When different age groups come together in friendship and fellowship the result can be a special brand of higher learning.

Students at Tinley Park High School treated local senior citizens Nov. 29 to a holiday luncheon full of festive energy, captivating performances, delicious food, and everyone’s favorite game of chance, bingo. Along with providing Christmas cheer, the event gave the two generations an opportunity to connect and learn from each other’s world experiences.