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Living Community Choir Performs Showtunes

Music was in the air Thursday night at the St.Joseph Living Community

Posted: Apr 20, 2018 10:19 PM

(St.Joseph,MO) Music was in the air Thursday night at the St. Joseph Living Community as the resident’s choir put on a performance for their fellow residents and guests. The group is comprised of about 12 residents that live at the center and meet on a weekly basis.

Thursdays show was the choir’s fourth performance of the year, featuring songs from popular movies like The Wizard of Oz and The Music Man.

Mary Bresse, Director of Spiritual Care and sponsor of the choir, said the performances are all about bringing people together for a good time.

“We really try to be a living community of residents, employees, families and friends. I think the night of the choir performances really kind of lives that out,” Bresse said.

The choir is planning a cowboy themed performance in August. All performances are  free to the public. For more information on the residents choir contact Mary Breese at Marry.Breese@bhshealth.org.

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