A Christmas Connection

Dec 16, 2020 | Central, Social Events | 2 comments

Central Branch members along with guests, fiddler David Neilsen and pianist Carolyn Holyoke, enjoyed 45 minutes of Christmas carols via video conference on Tuesday Dec 15th.  Not to be outdone by David’s top-hat, storyteller Rod Campbell wore his authentic “storyteller’s hat” as he spun a homey Christmas story with a message.

The branch wellness mini-production was aimed at bringing members together in the spirit of Christmas in this year of forced separation from traditional activities and loved ones, and produced lots of enjoyment and positive feedback.

From everyone at Central Branch – Merry Christmas!

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  1. Margaret Urquhart

    It is so very nice to hear what branches are doing for members during these most challenging of times. During the Christmas season it is especially important for each of us to feel that we are in the thoughts of others. Being brought together in ways that celebrate the season helps us support each other until we can be together in person. Well done Central!!

  2. Garth Wade

    What a great event – thanks to everyone involved. Having music placed into our lives during this crazy time is so important. David, Carolyn and Rod were awesome. Central Branch Wellness would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season.