Hundreds of area residents turned out Monday to the Annual Senior Citizen Labor Day Picnic in Pinehurst. Those who attended enjoyed live music by the Back N Tyme band, great food catered by Robert’s Meat Market and Steak House, and, of course, prize drawings and fellowship with friends and family. Photos by Tommy  Mann Jr.

Mayor Pete Runnels, at left, recognized John Repasky at the end of Monday's 18th Annual Senior Citizen Labor Day Picnic in Pinehurst. Repasky is 100 years old.

Mayor Pete Runnels, at left, recognized John Repasky at the end of Monday’s 18th Annual Senior Citizen Labor Day Picnic in Pinehurst. Repasky is 100 years old.

One of the highly sought after prizes given away at the picnic on Monday included the 50-inch Hisense SMART TV. The winner of this year's television was Gail Duhon.

One of the highly sought after prizes given away at the picnic on Monday included the 50-inch Hisense SMART TV. The winner of this year’s television was Gail Duhon.

Numerous prize drawings were held as part of the Annual Senior Citizen Labor Day Picnic on Monday, including gift cards and gift certificates for food, services and more. Morman Richard was the winner of the rocking chair giveaway.

Numerous prize drawings were held as part of the Annual Senior Citizen Labor Day Picnic on Monday, including gift cards and gift certificates for food, services and more. Morman Richard was the winner of the rocking chair giveaway.