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Orcutt carolers defy stay-at-home order

ORCUTT, Calif. - A group of people said they wanted to spread positivity on the first night of the stay-at-home order by going out and singing Christmas carols.

Monday night, a group of over 50 people gathered outside Trattoria Uliveto in Orcutt.

The caroling event was organized by resident Dan Pankratz. He said in a Facebook video he wanted to spread joy, especially to small businesses who are being hit hard right now.

The group sang over a dozen Christmas songs.

Most people were wearing masks, but some were not.

The gathering goes against the latest regional stay-at-home order.

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