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Students at Cloverdale Catholic School play for residents of Bethshan Gardens

Musical performances have been running since the beginning of May

It’s been music to the ears for seniors at Cloverdale’s Bethshan Gardens for three weeks running.

That’s because students from Cloverdale Catholic School have been playing songs for them in a series of performances.

“The students have been learning songs on the xylophones, djembe drums and other percussion instruments and were very excited to perform for an audience,” principal Clive Heah said via email.

Music teacher Janine Mar launched the performances at the beginning of May.

“We have had all grades perform once and plan to continue on sunny days so the seniors have an opportunity to get out and hear some music,” added Heah.

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Malin Jordan

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Malin is the editor of the Cloverdale Reporter.
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