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Charles and Dorothy Day celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

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Charles and Dorothy (Ostroski) Day of Brooksville recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married Dec. 17, 1960, at the Riverton Congregational Church in Barkhamsted, Conn.

The couple celebrated their anniversary by flying to Connecticut for a luncheon in the Marina Room at Saybrook Point Inn and Spa in Saybrook, Conn.

At the celebration, Mr. Day's brother, Donald, who was the best man at their wedding, spoke of the couple's 50 years of married life and made a champagne toast.

The Days also renewed their vows Dec. 19 at the church where they married.

The couple have four children: Steven, Jeffrey, Michael and Catherine. They have seven grandchildren.

Charles and Dorothy Day celebrate 50th wedding anniversary 01/08/11 [Last modified: Saturday, January 8, 2011 10:08am]
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