Handmade Smiles

Photos by Marlena Sloss/The Herald
Holy Trinity Catholic School fifth-graders Chloe Edwards, from left, Wes Eckman, Isabella Harmon, Kai Kunz and Ava Bower sang “10,000 Reasons” as they performed with the school’s choir at Brookside Village Senior Living Community in Jasper on Saturday. “It just made us happy when we saw (the residents) smile,” Harmon said. Students gave the residents handmade cards after the performance.

 

While Holy Trinity Catholic School second-grader Kasen Kunz, right, and and his brother Kai, a fifth grader, played piano, Wes Eckman, a fifth grader, pressed down on piano keys at Brookside Village Senior Living Community after the school's choir performance in Jasper on Saturday.

 

Fifth-grader Grace Kluemper performed her piano solo, "Black Cat Scherzo," at Brookside Village Senior Living Community in Jasper on Saturday.

 

Fifth-grader Meredith Hensley gave a handmade card to Brookside Village Senior Living Community resident Janice Miller.

 

 




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