Presbyterian Village Talent Show Entertains Community

Jeff Elliot plays a rendition of “Jesus Loves Me” on the piano during the Presbyterian Village Talent Show.

Presbyterian Village, an assisted living facility, hosted a talent show Friday afternoon.

Members of the community were invited to showcase their talent, along with some employees and residents of the facility.

A crowd filled the dining room of Presbyterian Village to enjoy the entertainment.

The following are photos from the event.

Chip Pridey sings a solo.
Jack Clark plays “Maple Leaf Rag”.
Fred Hixon left, the master of ceremony for the show introduces Marilyn  Adcock who sang several songs and played the autoharp, accompanied by her husband Lyle, on the tambourine.
Shirley Carey sings and plays the piano.
Melissa Wright sings “Pontoon”.
Adriel Koller prepares to sing “Follow Me”.
Avis Stradley reads a poem entitled “The Dinner”.¬† She stated she first recited it for her high school class in 1944.
Lorna Smith plays “Sweet By and By” and “Tennesee Waltz” on the accordion.
Christy Roberts entertains the Presbyterian Village guests Friday afternoon at the talent show.
Annie Brock, 14 years old, plays the piano during the talent show.
Trula Finley plays several songs on the piano.
Greg Turner sings a solo.
Rhonda Allen plays “Glowworm”.
Presbyterian Village Life Enrichment Director Anicia Robinson serves refreshments following the talent show.

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