Rotary Voices Entertain Montague House
The singers from Brampton’s Rotary Voices gave a fabulous performance at Montague House this June.
On a hot summer’s evening, the choir joined residents on the top balcony to sing beautiful renditions of classic songs.
The team served cupcakes and pitchers of cold mocktails to the group, who spent time socialising after the singing.
Wellbeing & Lifestyle Coach Gabrielle Butler said it was the perfect way to enjoy alfresco entertainment.
Gabrielle said: “The residents adore anything musical so having a talented choir here was so exciting.
“We were introduced to Rotary Voices by resident Rosemary’s daughter Gilly, who is one of the singers.
“It was a joy to hear them sing and see how much fun the residents had watching them.”
Rotary Voices invited the residents to join in for a sing-a-long to big favourites like Valderie, valdera.
The evening was made all the sweeter by the stunning weather and summer vibes.
Gabrielle added: “The choir made sure to stay and chat with the residents.
“They love welcoming visitors to Montague House, and it was great to see them mixing with different people.
“We’d like to thank the Rotary Voices for coming to sing for us and creating such a magical atmosphere.”