Season of Giving

Photos by Nic Antaya/The Herald
Brookside Village resident Dorothea Divine, left, laughs with Northeast Dubois High School sophomore Becca Brosmer during the Northeast Dubois High School girls basketball teamÕs visit to Brookside Village Senior Living Community in Jasper on Wednesday. The students sang Christmas carols and spent time with residents. "This is the season of giving. We can put basketball aside and brighten someone's day," said Andy Chinn, head coach of the basketball team. 

 

Brookside Village resident Art Kempf, left, shakes hands with Northeast Dubois High School junior Madison Cave during the Northeast Dubois High School girls basketball teamÕs visit to Brookside Village Senior Living Community in Jasper on Wednesday. "I enjoy having them come in," Kempf said. 

 

Brookside Village resident Bernice Burton sings and jingles bells while listening to the Northeast Dubois High School girls basketball team perform "Jingle Bells" at Brookside Village Senior Living Community in Jasper on Wednesday. "I love Christmas music. I think it's wonderful," Burton said. 



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