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Collegedale Academy students and regular The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Collegedale (TN) volunteers Miscily Bravo-Bussey and Nylia Bravo-Bussey make their piano debut at the memory care community. “I asked Miscily and Nylia if they would be interested in playing for our residents when they first started taking piano lessons nine months ago, and they’ve only recently become comfortable enough to play in front of an audience,” says Lantern program director Michele Gunther. “They were fantastic! Both play with their on individual style and flair. The residents loved them and can’t wait for them to perform again. We’re so grateful to Miscily and Nylia for filling our community with beautiful music.”
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