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Rush students visit nursing home

  • JOE PLASKO/TIMES NEWS
    JOE PLASKO/TIMES NEWS
Published December 19. 2009 09:00AM

Students in grades 3-4 from Rush Elementary School, Hometown, visited the Hometown Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on Friday to perform a Christmas show as part of the Grandfriends intergenerational program. Students sang Christmas carols and presented residents with wreaths that they had made. Joann Dobrosky and Janet Rarick are the instructors for the program. The students were accompanied by Michelle Pyrdsa on keyboards. Here, Juliet Billig, Desiree Booth, Caitlin Sprenkle, Katie Goetz and Megan Ruch play tambourines during the show.

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