Musicians and organization representatives pose for photo with a check

Last Friday, the residents at Woodview Assisted Living were prepared for their regular Audiences Unlimited program. Ken and Carol, our musical duo, set up their equipment for the midday performance in the dining room, and the seats around the tables began to fill up as residents walked or were wheeled in for the show.But AUI had planned a special addition, and Executive Director Anna Ross showed up for the event.

Representatives from DaVita Summit City Dialysis surprised the crowd by adding an awards ceremony to the show: they presented a check to Ms. Ross in support of music programming. After the gift presentation, the residents enjoyed Ken and Carol’s smooth music. Our volunteer photographer snapped some great shots of the event, showcasing the generosity in our community and its impact on our special audiences.

We’re grateful for DaVita’s gift and their efforts to ¬†improve the physical and emotional wellness of people in Fort Wayne and the surrounding area. Their donation goes toward supporting our music and arts programming in residential and health care facilities.

Posted by:
Sheila Nichols