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Lewis County Senior Center Celebrates 25 Days of Christmas

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Seniors in Lewis County have been celebrating Christmas all month long and have 10 more days to go.

The Lewis County Senior Center has been raffling off different gifts for its 25 Days of Christmas celebration.

The prizes are worth hundreds of dollars and were donated by local businesses.

Organizers said the sale has raised a lot of money so far.

"We have so many programs here in the center that a lot of people don't know about, so anything we can get outside of our other funding, it helps tremendously," said activities coordinator Cyndi Riley.

If you'd like to enter into the remaining raffles, visit or contact the Lewis County Senior Center for more information.