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Meals on Wheels presents holiday home tour

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From page A3 | December 05, 2013 |

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A magnificent Christmas tree highlights Carole Scibienski’s Woodland home. Courtesy photo

Ring in the holiday season from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, with a tour of seven Woodland homes dressed in Christmas splendor. Proceeds from the Dickens in the Valley tour will benefit Meals on Wheels, a home-delivered meal program for senior citizens.

The tour will showcase homes decorated in a variety of themes. Featured homes are owned by Dan and Nancy Parish, 1609 Midway Drive; Dave and Brenda Mahoney, 1404 Midway Drive; Carole Scibienski, 546 First St.; Kathryn Heinson, 804 First St.; John and Kelly Newsom, 704 Elm St.; Ron and Joanne Bell, 152 Third St., and JoAnn Ehrke, 313 Casa Linda Drive.

Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. They may be purchased at Avid Reader Active, 605 Second St. in Davis, and at several Woodland businesses: Corner Drug, The Gifted Penguin, House Dresser and Terry’s Hallmark. For more information, call 530-304-5042.

On the day of the event, tickets may be purchased at the Mojo’s Kitchen 428, 428 First St., which will double as the tour headquarters and hospitality center. In addition, hot beverages and treats will be available at Mojo’s Kitchen 428.

Meals on Wheels, administered by the Elderly Nutrition Program, is a nonprofit program that provides a daily nutritious meal for seniors. According to executive director Christi Skibbins, 82,000 meals were served throughout the county last year. Many seniors enjoyed the noontime meal at their local senior center, but nearly two-thirds of the meals were delivered to the frail, homebound elderly by volunteers.

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