Solos of the season

Twin Cedars' resident choir and soloists delight family and friends with medley of carols


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  • Floyd Nower, an opera singer from Italy, sang “O Holy Night” solo as Linda Snow played the piano.




  • Brian and Karen Selman visited resident Gerry Selman, who sang “White Christmas” solo.




  • Janice Rudy sings “Where are you Christmas?” as Linda Snow listens.




  • Elaine Stine joins resident Michael Sepanak as he sang “Away in the Manger” solo.




  • Tim Greening works at Twin Cedars. He came to enjoy the celebration with his son, Julius, and Snuggles.




  • Elaine Stine welcomed everyone to the evening presentation. She’s been with Twin Cedars Senior Living Center for more than 20 years.




  • Donna and Jeff Habeger visit resident Heather Habeger (center).




  • Florence Nixon and her daughter, Liz McAveney.




  • Brianna Willard, Rebecca Willard, and resident Doris Sieperman. Brianna is Doris’ great-great-granddaughter, and Rebecca is her great-granddaughter.




  • Owen Reilly; Amy and Paul Relyea; resident Linda Relyea, Paul’s mom; and Evan Reilly.




  • Merry Wagner is the sister of resident Dann Derrick.




  • The resident choir gets ready to sing a medley of Christmas carols.




  • Manager Tamara Singer stands before an aviary at Twin Cedars Assisted Living Center. There are also several outdoor feeding stations.




  • Resident Floyd Nower, an opera singer from Italy, sang “O Holy Night” solo.



Photos by Frances Ruth Harris. For more photos visit pikecountycourier.com.


By Frances Ruth Harris

— The resident choir at Twin Cedars Senior Living Center got into the holiday spirit recently by singing a medley of Christmas carols.

Residents performed four solos: "O Holy Night" by Floyd Nower, "Where Are You Christmas" by Janice Rudy, "White Christmas" by Gerry Selman, and "Away in the Manger" by Michael Sepanak.

Family and friends delighted in the spirt of the evening. The solos brought a hushed tone of quiet contemplation to the room, followed by rousing cheers when each song ended.

After the performance by the choir and soloists, residents and visitors tucked into refreshments, accompanied by punch and coffee. Lots of hand-holding, hugging, and sharing of best wishes for a happy holiday season ensued.

Tamara Singer, Twin Cedars manager, said she's proud of the annual festive celebration.
















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