The Concert Band (consisting of grades 7-10) had the opportunity to minister to the residents of Hobe Sound Manors. It was a neat thing to see young people using their talents to honor God and bring a little sunshine to those dear folks who can not come out to a concert. Mr. Jim Olsen was our faithful bus driver.
Doyle gets them ready to play.
I am so proud of my man.
It was so special to see some of our own church members whom we have not seen for awhile. Sis. Knuckles, former seamstress for the school, kept beat with the band.
Bro. Rundell, Becky Veyon's father, seemed to enjoy himself.
Sis. Orr, former seamstress for the school and church, watching the concert.
The band played several pieces, but the audience was also favored with a few small groups. Here the trumpet trio plays a tune.
The girls play a flute trio--very nice.
Doyle insists that they spend some time visiting with the residents after the concert. I think it is beneficial for both parties to share their lives.
Whitney meets a new friend.
I like this picture of Sarah Stetler visiting with Sis. Orr.
We had an ice cream party for the band afterwards. Here Amanda makes sure she gets enough caramel topping.
I believe that God used these kids to lift the spirits of the elderly. We are proud of them and know that they were a blessing to those who are in the sunset years of their lives.