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Our 2018 "Life Song" Night of Talent was a night to remember.

As guests entered the building, they were dazzled by the creative hand art provided by the Senior Enrichment Center class participants. Displays included watercolor and oil paintings, quilts, crocheting, cards, basket weaving, and more.

For more information on classes and class times, you can take a look at our October newsletter. 

Tami Rumfelt from WBFJ (89.3 FM) was our emcee for the evening. She did a wonderful job tying the performances together as she shared from her own life experiences living with a household consisting of her husband, four almost grown children, a grandbaby, and her mother. What a perfect example of multi-generational living!

From the intro music provided by "Nice and Easy" to the conclusion of the evening with the Mandisa song, "We All Bleed the Same", sung by Phiphine Moore, Tyler Fury and the Providence Baptist Gospel Choir, everyone left feeling they had a great night out and also helped support a great organization!

Performances from the night included:

Nice and Easy, Glory Street, Danny Jefferson, and Triad Chinese Qipao Association Performance Team, The Providence Baptist Gospel Choir, Barry McGee, Jim Grubbs, Phiphine Moore, and Tyler Fury. 

2018 Life Song: A Night of Talent Performers

 Nice and Easy    Jim Grubbs       Barry McGee       Danny Jefferson       Phiphine Moore       Triad Chinese Qipao Dance Team     

   Glory Street Gospel Quartet           The Providence Baptist Gospel Choir

Community Partner: Lawrence E. Pope Foundation

Gold: Arbor Ridge and Kerner Ridge

Silver: Kernersville Magazine

Audit & Compliance Solutions

Bronze: Arden Group, LLC

Health Team Advantage
Kernersville Pharmacy

Summerstone Health and Rehabilitation

Triad Resource Retirement Guide

Welden Village, Phase II, LLC

Community: Fidelity Bank
The Legacy Group of Winston Salem First












 2015 Senior Idol - Tar Heel Country Cloggers                      2015 People's Choice - Peggy Eaton


                  Star Catchers of Forsyth Tech




The proceeds earned from A Night of Talent benefit the Senior Enrichment Center in Kernersville, a program of The Shepherd’s Center of Kernersville. If you would like to learn more about this event or would like to receive information about A Night of Talent, please contact Lynne at 336-996-6696 or dirdevelop@shepctrkville.com.

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