New piano provides more pleasurable sound


By Theresa Armstrong - [email protected]



The music sounds a little sweeter at Spring View Health and Rehab Center. Jack Vincent, of Camelot Piano Services, delivered a new piano last week so the residents can enjoy music in tune.

Vincent came to repair the old piano a few weeks ago and found it would cost $4,000 or $5,000 to get the current piano in the condition it needed to be in.

“I found it would be costly to repair the current piano, so I asked if we could donate one I had at my shop,” said Vincent. “So here we are with this piano.”

With the piano being used so often, Spring View Administrator Pam Gray was thrilled to receive the new piano.

“Just about every night there is a visiting church or group on hand to sing with the residents,” said Gray. “When you walk down the hall, you hear the piano being played two or three times a day, so the residents will certainly enjoy this.”

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By Theresa Armstrong

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Reach Theresa Armstrong at 270-259-9622, ext. 2011.

Reach Theresa Armstrong at 270-259-9622, ext. 2011.

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