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www.wmfd.com - The sounds of country and bluegrass music was being enjoyed by everyone attending a seniors festival and open house Sunday, sponsored by Crystal Care Companions and the Wyandotte Senior Center on Mansfield's north side

   
 
Seniors Festival And Open House With A Country Touch

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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The sounds of country and bluegrass music was being enjoyed by everyone attending a seniors festival and open house Sunday, sponsored by Crystal Care Companions and the Wyandotte Senior Center on Mansfield's north side Volunteer Glenda Thibeau says the festival was a chance for community members to tour and learn more about six different facilities, including Your Choice Home Health Services, Your Therapy Company, Care Companions of Ohio and Nurse Aide Training Center of Ohio. There was also plenty of food and door prizes at each Business but Thiebeau says her favorite part was the country and bluegrass music. The Wyandotte Senior Center also hosts a country jam every Tuesday night, beginning at 6 o'clock.

   
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