Two senior living complexes got a surprise from the Airdrie RCMP tonight as they had an amazing showing of Christmas carolling.

Luxstone Manor and Cedarwood station got a surprise visit by some of the best singing voices the Airdrie RCMP has to offer to help spread some holiday cheer.

Katie Gelsi, a member of the Administrative Support Team with the Airdrie RCMP detachment was super excited to participate in this event this year.

"We did this last year during COVID with one of the senior facilities in Airdrie, there were just a few of us. This year we wanted to be able to have a couple of facilities and we were able to do that."

The RCMP even took requests from the crowd as one senior at Luxstone Manor wanted to hear Silent Night.


"I think it's great because they love us coming and it's something outside of work that we get together as employees and friends and have a really good time. You get in the Christmas spirit, it's wonderful," said Gelsi.

Katie Denischuk, Life Enrichment Coordinator at Luxstone Retirement Home mentioned being from Calgary this is something you do not see in a large city.

"It's pretty exciting because I have always been in Calgary and that doesn't happen in Calgary."

According to Denischuk the seniors that did know the carolling was happening were super excited to hear it.

"I think it's super neat that they're able to make time to do this."


The RCMP sang around 10 songs to help the seniors get ready for the holiday season.

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