NEWS RELEASE - December 6, 2016 - Contact: Betty S. Weemes..787-5117 Photo: The My Hope Trio of First Baptist Church, from left to right are: Sheila Vonglis, Lana Cook, and Jeanette Duryea. The ensemble is affiliated with the church’s Worship Ministry.
Ding dong merrily on high, in stores the bells are ringing: we have shopped until patience is in short supply. From rap to rock to Mozart, music has surprising health benefits from lowering blood pressure, soothing tension and easing pain. Come take a relaxing break and be renewed as you listen to the Sounds of the Season with the “My Hope Trio” of First Baptist Church, which is an ensemble affiliated with the church’s Worship Ministry. The ensemble will be a part of Passport 55 at Roby Adult Center on Thursday, December 15th at 10:00 am.
Music is good for the soul and for well-being, health wise. It is in this spirit that the Passport 55 program is breaking from the usual health lecture format to feature a Christmas music program to bring joy during this special holiday season.
Passport 55 is presented at the senior center the third Thursday of each month.
The lecture series is sponsored by Laughlin Memorial Hospital and coordinated through the Laughlin Health Care Foundation. Passport 55 is a health-related, free program, open to the public as a community service by Laughlin Memorial Hospital and is presented each month in partnership with Roby Adult Center.
For additional information, contact the Laughlin Health Care Foundation at 787.5117.