California Progress Inc. Christmas Dinner Begins in the Dark

The California Progress, Inc., (CPI) annual Christmas dinner and meeting went off as planned on Monday, Dec. 13, although the area of the power outage included the dinner location of the United Methodist Church.


From left, Marj and Earl Friedmeyer direct the singing of the parody "The Twelve pains of Christmas" as Lashley Rohrbach plays the part of a person who hates putting up Christmas lights and Charlie Roll expresses his dislike of fruitcake. The parody was part of the CPI Christmas dinner.


The "Fabulous Friedmeyers", upper right direct the CPI dinner attendees in singing and playing kazoos during the entertainment.


The CPI Board meets by candle and lantern light after the electricity went off on Dec. 13. The power came back on in time for the annual Christmas dinner meeting.

For more of this story check out Dec. 22 issue of the California Democrat.


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