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Photo Gallery: Elderfest Kicks Off Homecoming

Hundreds of senior citizens came to Ford Field Friday morning to eat breakfast, play bingo and kick off the 32nd annual Dearborn Homecoming.

played host to hundreds of local senior citizens Friday morning, as Elderfest opened the 32nd annual .

Residents took a fun walk led by Dearborn Mayor Jack O'Reilly, ate a free breakfast, listened to live music and played bingo starting at 8 a.m. also had representatives there to give blood pressure screenings and help seniors stretch before the walk.

A number of local politicians made appearances at Elderfest this year, most notably United States Rep. John Dingell (D-Mich.), Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano, State Rep. George Darany and O'Reilly. Judge Mark Somers was on hand as well.

Homecoming itself continued after the senior bash and will run through .

For a full look at all our Homecoming coverage, visit our .

Ward August 05, 2011 at 10:07 PM
This may be the last Homecoming, so enjoy! When O'Reilly's millage doesn't pass in November because taxpayers see their hard earned money going to pay for Judge Sommers verdicts, maybe his balloon will finally burst? Judge Sommers should charge for that water. Help raise money to pay for the two million in verdicts against him. Oh, wait, he says that's on the city. Put it on his tab!

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