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High school senior shares healing music

December 23, 2012
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High school senior Rachel Rodgers, granddaughter of Carolyn Briggs of Fredonia, is making a difference in the lives and health of long-term care patients in hospitals in eastern New York with her Visiting Young Musicians Program. Rodgers, a jazz flutist and pianist, started the program through the Girl Scouts, and along with other young musicians and vocalists, she visits children and seniors in hospitals and care facilities to share with them the joy of music, performing live concerts for those who can gather in common areas and giving those who can't leave their rooms CD recordings.

 
 

 

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