Approximately 110 people attended the 14thAnnual Senior Citizen Appreciation Breakfast on May 2 in the Holley Elementary Café. The buffet breakfast was provided by Personal Touch, food supplier for both the Holley Elementary School and Middle School/High School (MS/HS) cafeterias. Elementary Character Club students created placemats for each table setting. The MS/HS Art Club made “stained glass” vases for the centerpieces at each table. They used cut tissue paper to decorate the 25 antique jars donated by Counseling Office Administrative Assistant Penny Cole. The senior citizens were served by the High School Student Council members. Kindergarteners and the Senior High Chorus provided the entertainment during the breakfast. They sang everything from the Beatles “Love Me Do” to “A Million Dreams” from the movie “The Greatest Showman.” After the breakfast, senior citizens were invited to have their blood pressure checked by a school nurse, and visit booths sponsored by the Orleans County Office for the Aging, Orleans County Sheriff’s Department and The Whole Approach. They also had a chance to sign up for a Gold Card membership, which offers any senior citizen age 60 or older free attendance at any district-sponsored event. Next year’s Senior Citizen Appreciation Breakfast will be held on May 7, 2020.