Thursday, April 16, 2009

Seniors and Wheelchairs

Some of "The Fiddlers Three" didn't want to wake up early for the Savannah Senior Center's Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast, but they liked eating doughnuts once we were all set up. The audience included more than 75 people, and they moved us up to the top of their agenda based on recent publicity in the local newspaper! Winger talks between most of the songs and made an embarrassing comment about why his twin is an HOUR older than he is. Kids say the darnedest things.

The next evening, the kids had a show right after Orchestra Rehearsal for the people at Living Communities. Then, we helped wheel residents back to their different floors and rooms.

F3 also was asked to fill in as entertainment for the Laura Ingalls Wilder homeschool history class on their last day. The group plays three of the songs mentioned in the "Little House in the Big Woods" book. This was our 10th show of the year! It's very fun to see how God's talents can bring the joy of live music into people lives.

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