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The vehicles started lining up on the street next to Gering’s United Methodist Church Wednesday, May 6 at around 4:30 p.m., but this was not unusual.
Life is a continuous journey and it is always changing. Recently, the changes have been coming in strange waves as we adapt to the new COVID-1…
It started as a simple idea shared in the hallway, from medication aide Charlotte Sewell-Russell, “We should try to find musicians to come play for the residents outside their windows,” at Monument Rehabilitation and Care Center.
Scottsbluff sophomore John A. Mentgen V saw the message and thought the idea sounded “pretty cool.”
He sent back a message saying he would be over in a few hours to sing to the residents.
These are strange times. Most offices have more empty desks than those occupied. Streets have fewer vehicles and stores have way less customers.
The Gies family enjoys getting together, especially for important birthdays; however, with the COVID-19 pandemic Lacie Gies’ 40 birthday celebration was doubtful.
Things weren’t looking good for a celebration until mom, Sue Geis, saw a video on social media showing how friends in an apartment complex held a different kind of birthday party. People came out onto their balconies and on the ground to sing to the birthday boy.