Putting a Song in Their Hearts

Published: October 09, 2018
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Photo: Somerset County Vocational and Technical High School. Used with permission.

With the goal of promoting patriotism and citizenship, Somerset County (N.J.) Vocational and Technical High School students Islam Soliman, Vyonce Lawson and Rithika Mechineni (pictured, left to right) contacted the Somerset County Senior Wellness Center about performing a series of classical and patriotic songs. At the event, the group handed out copies of the lyrics to the senior citizens who wanted to follow along or join in to the sing-along.

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