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Adult day health care can be fun

Sing-alongs

Posted: October 7, 2009 10:40 p.m.
Updated: October 8, 2009 7:00 a.m.
From left, Catalina Argueta, Celia Saguisag and Purisima Garcia shake maracas and tambourines as they sing along to folk tunes. From left, Catalina Argueta, Celia Saguisag and Purisima Garcia shake maracas and tambourines as they sing along to folk tunes.
From left, Catalina Argueta, Celia Saguisag and Purisima Garcia shake maracas and tambourines as they sing along to folk tunes.
Music instructor Kay Dell leads a group of 30 participants in famous folk songs at the Santa Clarita Adult Day Health Care in Santa Clarita on Wednesday. The event, entitled “Sing and Play with Kay,” is set to be a monthly event in which seniors will sing in a group setting. They will also use percussion and rhythm instruments to improve mobility, while having fun in the company of their peers. Music instructor Kay Dell leads a group of 30 participants in famous folk songs at the Santa Clarita Adult Day Health Care in Santa Clarita on Wednesday. The event, entitled “Sing and Play with Kay,” is set to be a monthly event in which seniors will sing in a group setting. They will also use percussion and rhythm instruments to improve mobility, while having fun in the company of their peers.
Music instructor Kay Dell leads a group of 30 participants in famous folk songs at the Santa Clarita Adult Day Health Care in Santa Clarita on Wednesday. The event, entitled “Sing and Play with Kay,” is set to be a monthly event in which seniors will sing in a group setting. They will also use percussion and rhythm instruments to improve mobility, while having fun in the company of their peers.
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The Santa Clarita Adult Day Health Care in Santa Clarita held an event on Wednesday entitled “Sing and Play with Kay.”

It is set to be a monthly event in which seniors will sing in a group setting.

They will also use percussion and rhythm instruments to improve mobility, while having fun in the company of their peers.

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