Senior Fair at Two Rivers

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Nearly 50 vendors and hundreds of seniors gathered at The Daily Sentinel’s Senior Fair today at Two Rivers Convention Center.
This year’s theme was Fly Back in Time with America’s Flying Aces. Events included entertainment, informative workshops, health screenings and commemorative artifacts on display from the Commemorative Air Force WWII Museum. The featured guest speaker was Lt. General Charles Cleveland.

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