Loretta Noll enjoys her “bathtub gin” at the “Roaring ’20s” party at Alhambra Care Center. Residents had a fun time during their “Roaring ’20s” party. Flapper-style dress and a speak easy décor increased the mood. Mark Phelps played ’20s-style ragtime tunes on the piano, and those that could, enjoyed a little soft shoe-style dance. Bathtub gin (donated Moscato wine) made the party fun for all.
Loretta Noll enjoys her “bathtub gin” at the “Roaring ’20s” party at Alhambra Care Center. Residents had a fun time during their “Roaring ’20s” party. Flapper-style dress and a speak easy décor increased the mood. Mark Phelps played ’20s-style ragtime tunes on the piano, and those that could, enjoyed a little soft shoe-style dance. Bathtub gin (donated Moscato wine) made the party fun for all. Courtesy photo
Loretta Noll enjoys her “bathtub gin” at the “Roaring ’20s” party at Alhambra Care Center. Residents had a fun time during their “Roaring ’20s” party. Flapper-style dress and a speak easy décor increased the mood. Mark Phelps played ’20s-style ragtime tunes on the piano, and those that could, enjoyed a little soft shoe-style dance. Bathtub gin (donated Moscato wine) made the party fun for all. Courtesy photo

Alhambra News for the week of May 21

May 20, 2015 10:39 AM

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