Smith-Cotton Junior High Soundsation sings at Rest Haven


Student choir sings love songs for Valentine’s Day

Source: Faith Bemiss | Democrat

SCJH sings at Rest Haven

Melody Randal touches her husband Charles “Pinky” Randall’s face Tuesday afternoon as Smith-Cotton Junior High School’s all-female choir, Soundsation, sings “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” at Rest Haven Convalescent Home. The Randalls are both residents of the home and have been married for 35 years. They were attending Valentine’s Day celebrations in the dining room that was organized by the home’s Activity Director Willa Husband.


Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

SCJH student music teacher Ruslan Romenski leads members of Soundsation in romantic songs from the ’30s and ’40s Tuesday at Rest Haven. The students also sang Valentine’s Day songs at several other homes in Sedalia. Norma Sproles, SCJH vocal music teacher, told the residents that Soundstation would sing several musical numbers along with a few solo pieces.


Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Members of SCJH Soundsation sing romantic tunes such as “I only have Eyes for You,” “Blue Moon” and “Oh! You Beautiful Doll” for Valentine’s Day on Tuesday to residents of Rest Haven. After their performance students mingled with the residents and took time to wish them a happy Valentine’s Day.


Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

SCJH student music teacher Ruslan Romenski sings the verses to “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” Tuesday afternoon while members of Soundsation sing the chorus to residents at Rest Haven.


Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Melody Randal touches her husband Charles “Pinky” Randall’s face Tuesday afternoon as Smith-Cotton Junior High School’s all-female choir, Soundsation, sings “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” at Rest Haven Convalescent Home. The Randalls are both residents of the home and have been married for 35 years. They were attending Valentine’s Day celebrations in the dining room that was organized by the home’s Activity Director Willa Husband.

SCJH student music teacher Ruslan Romenski leads members of Soundsation in romantic songs from the ’30s and ’40s Tuesday at Rest Haven. The students also sang Valentine’s Day songs at several other homes in Sedalia. Norma Sproles, SCJH vocal music teacher, told the residents that Soundstation would sing several musical numbers along with a few solo pieces.

Members of SCJH Soundsation sing romantic tunes such as “I only have Eyes for You,” “Blue Moon” and “Oh! You Beautiful Doll” for Valentine’s Day on Tuesday to residents of Rest Haven. After their performance students mingled with the residents and took time to wish them a happy Valentine’s Day.

SCJH student music teacher Ruslan Romenski sings the verses to “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” Tuesday afternoon while members of Soundsation sing the chorus to residents at Rest Haven.

Melody Randal touches her husband Charles “Pinky” Randall’s face Tuesday afternoon as Smith-Cotton Junior High School’s all-female choir, Soundsation, sings “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” at Rest Haven Convalescent Home. The Randalls are both residents of the home and have been married for 35 years. They were attending Valentine’s Day celebrations in the dining room that was organized by the home’s Activity Director Willa Husband.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_TSD021517SoundStation-1-1.jpgMelody Randal touches her husband Charles “Pinky” Randall’s face Tuesday afternoon as Smith-Cotton Junior High School’s all-female choir, Soundsation, sings “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” at Rest Haven Convalescent Home. The Randalls are both residents of the home and have been married for 35 years. They were attending Valentine’s Day celebrations in the dining room that was organized by the home’s Activity Director Willa Husband. Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

SCJH student music teacher Ruslan Romenski leads members of Soundsation in romantic songs from the ’30s and ’40s Tuesday at Rest Haven. The students also sang Valentine’s Day songs at several other homes in Sedalia. Norma Sproles, SCJH vocal music teacher, told the residents that Soundstation would sing several musical numbers along with a few solo pieces.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_TSD021517SoundStation-2-1-1.jpgSCJH student music teacher Ruslan Romenski leads members of Soundsation in romantic songs from the ’30s and ’40s Tuesday at Rest Haven. The students also sang Valentine’s Day songs at several other homes in Sedalia. Norma Sproles, SCJH vocal music teacher, told the residents that Soundstation would sing several musical numbers along with a few solo pieces. Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Members of SCJH Soundsation sing romantic tunes such as “I only have Eyes for You,” “Blue Moon” and “Oh! You Beautiful Doll” for Valentine’s Day on Tuesday to residents of Rest Haven. After their performance students mingled with the residents and took time to wish them a happy Valentine’s Day.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_TSD021517SoundStation-3-1.jpgMembers of SCJH Soundsation sing romantic tunes such as “I only have Eyes for You,” “Blue Moon” and “Oh! You Beautiful Doll” for Valentine’s Day on Tuesday to residents of Rest Haven. After their performance students mingled with the residents and took time to wish them a happy Valentine’s Day. Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

SCJH student music teacher Ruslan Romenski sings the verses to “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” Tuesday afternoon while members of Soundsation sing the chorus to residents at Rest Haven.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_TSD021517SoundStation-4-1.jpgSCJH student music teacher Ruslan Romenski sings the verses to “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” Tuesday afternoon while members of Soundsation sing the chorus to residents at Rest Haven. Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat
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