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March 29, 2013

Turning Back the Clock

About 200 seniors showed up for the Weatherford Regional Medical Center Senior Circle program’s sixth annual Sock Hop on Tuesday.

Guests were treated to a dinner of hamburgers, fries, Coke floats and The Fabulous 50s band provided entertainment.

The dance is the biggest Senior Circle event of the year. More than 1,500 members take part in the program intended to promote healthy, active, involved living for those over 50 years old in the Weatherford community.

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