Freshmen and Seniors Share Music, Art and Chatting

Talia Calcagno, left and Meghan Gault enjoyed their visit to StoryPoint, along with other art and orchestra students from Rockford Freshman Center

Residents of the StoryPoint senior living community in Rockford were treated to music and artwork compliments of Rockford Freshman Center students. Members of the school orchestra and art club made separate visits to the center on 10 Mile Road NE, to share their talents and enjoy chatting over hot chocolate with residents.

Other Rockford Public Schools students also visit StoryPoint, which provides more than 150 apartments for independent and assisted living and memory care.

Amber Wineland, left, and Alexia Jansma savor some hot chocolate and good conversation with residents of StoryPoint senior living community
Amber Wineland, left, and Alexia Jansma savor some hot chocolate and good conversation with residents of StoryPoint senior living community
Charles Honey
Charles Honey is a freelance writer and former columnist for The Grand Rapids Press/ MLive.com. As a reporter for The Press from 1985 to 2009, his beats included Grand Rapids Public Schools, local colleges and education issues. Honey served as editor of The Press’ award-winning Religion section for 15 years. His freelance articles have appeared in Christianity Today magazine, Religion News Service and the Aquinas College alumni magazine. Read Charles' full bio.

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