W&M Students Perform for Respite

Members of the Appalachian Music Ensemble including Caroline Lebegue (cello), Jack Soulen (mandolin), and Chipper Soulen (fiddle) engaged seniors at Respite with delightful bluegrass and Irish music. The musicians attend the College of William & Mary. Jack and Chipper volunteer at Respite regularly, visiting with members.

Respite of Williamsburg United Methodist Church engages 12 older adults, Monday-Friday afternoons, with music, art, exercise, education and conversation while their family caregivers recharge. For Respite info, call 229-1771.

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