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The songs of Christmas could be heard through the halls of the Rosetown Hospital, the Heartland Community Home, McNab Place, and The Rosetown Elk's Hall on Saturday Night.  

Pastor Bill Lindberg and the members of the Rosetown Community Church got together to go caroling and spread Christmas cheer to the residents of the town.

The group began in the Heartland Health Regional Home and made their way to the connecting hospital.

Wandering up and down the wards like old-time carolers, they sang carols and hymns to the tune of a Spanish Guitar and visited with the smiling residents.

They went on to the Elk's Hall, where the residents met them with coffee, tea and homemade cookies before they finished their evening at McNab Place, singing old-fashioned carols as the audience sang along.

It is not the first time the Community Church gathered together to spread Christmas cheer to the residents of Rosetown; the pastor and his followers try to make it an annual Christmas event and hope to set out again to spread Christmas cheer next year as well.