Musician performs personal concert for nursing home

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Music and food for the soul were enjoyed in North Berwick Thursday.Musician Terrie Collins performed for residents at the Varney Crossing Nursing Home. Singing from a safe distance outside the facility’s walkway, residents listened and toe-tapped from their window or gathered nearby.Collins has been raising spirits with virtual concerts during […]

Music and food for the soul were enjoyed in North Berwick Thursday.Musician Terrie Collins performed for residents at the Varney Crossing Nursing Home. Singing from a safe distance outside the facility’s walkway, residents listened and toe-tapped from their window or gathered nearby.Collins has been raising spirits with virtual concerts during the COVID-19 outbreak, but she wanted to do something a little bit more personal this time around. The concert raised money to provide meals for 64 nursing home employees.”Supporting our heroes with music for the stomach and music for the soul. That’s our cause. I hope when all this COVID gets done all this free stuff we are doing will pay out in dividends with people coming to see us.” Collins said.Lunch was also provided by a local restaurant in the neighborhood.

Music and food for the soul were enjoyed in North Berwick Thursday.

Musician Terrie Collins performed for residents at the Varney Crossing Nursing Home. Singing from a safe distance outside the facility’s walkway, residents listened and toe-tapped from their window or gathered nearby.

Collins has been raising spirits with virtual concerts during the COVID-19 outbreak, but she wanted to do something a little bit more personal this time around. The concert raised money to provide meals for 64 nursing home employees.

“Supporting our heroes with music for the stomach and music for the soul. That’s our cause. I hope when all this COVID gets done all this free stuff we are doing will pay out in dividends with people coming to see us.” Collins said.

Lunch was also provided by a local restaurant in the neighborhood.

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