Singing Santa Seniors

Photos by Nic Antaya/The Herald
Linda Messmer of Jasper plays the keyboard during the Singing Seniors Christmas Carols at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper on Sunday. The 77-year-old has been playing piano since she was 6 years old. The Singing Seniors group practices every Friday and meets once a month to sing at different nursing homes. "She's very good. We know when we don't have Linda," Shirley Hurst of Jasper said. "Everybody likes to sing." 
Connie Wahl of Jasper, left, dances with her husband, Dave, as "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" is sung by the Singing Seniors at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper on Sunday. The 68-year-olds met when they were 19 and have been married for 47 years. They joined the Singing Seniors two years ago. "I care a lot about what he thinks and he cares a lot about what I think. We mutually take care of each other," Connie said about their companionship.

 

Dave Wahl of Jasper sings during the Singing Seniors Christmas Carols at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper on Sunday. The Singing Seniors group practices every Friday and meets once a month to sing at different nursing homes. "It's really just a good bunch of people," Shirley Hurst of Jasper said. "Everybody likes to sing."

 

Dave Wahl, left, Rob Seals, Francis Lannan and Tom Vollmer, all of Jasper, sing a portion of "Silent Night" in German during the Singing Seniors Christmas Carols at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper on Sunday.

 

Carolyn Winkler of Huntingburg sings during the Singing Seniors Christmas Carols at the Dubois County Museum in Jasper on Sunday.

 

 




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