Seniors enjoy musical treat

Sixteen seniors on hand for the weekly Wheels to Meals program last Thursday at the Emo Legion enjoyed some heart-warming musical entertainment.
The trio included Chapple Reeve Bill Clink (electric bass guitar), Glen Hart (banjo), and Ramona Smith (accordion).
Good music is sweet music to the ear, keeping the mind, soul, and body in tune. The trio presented scores of favourites that the seniors either clapped their hands or tapped their toes to.
Some of the seniors even took to the floor to dance.
Hart also sang a few solos that were quite entertaining and well-supported by those on hand.
“I am the chauffeur, sound system co-ordinator, and director, making sure everything is operative,” noted Lucille Hart beforehand.
She formerly was employed by the OPP in Emo and then later in the office at Fort Frances. She loves not only her retirement but travelling with the group who appear regularly at seniors’ centres, including the Brink in Baudette.
The Harts are the proud parents of two daughters, including Jaclyn, who has been attending college in Winnipeg and soon will be getting married to Tim Barron in a ceremony at the Emo Legion.
Krysta, meanwhile, is a Grade 10 student at the Sturgeon Creek Alternative Program (SCAP).