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Season's greetings from Southborough Senior Songsters

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer

Ford Sanborn croons

Ford Sanborn croons “I'sl Be Home for Christmas.”

Southborough – Guests gathered Dec. 13 for a catered Holiday Brunch at the Southborough Senior Center. Entertainment was provided by the Southborough Senior Songsters, whose performances are produced and directed by Jim and Linda Duncan of Westborough.

In addition to entertaining at the center, the Senior Songsters take their show on the road. They recently presented Holiday Harmonies at Tower Hill Botanic Garden in West Boylston. Among the other venues where they perform are the Briarwood Continuing Care Retirement Community in Worcester, The Willows at Westborough and Christopher Heights in Marlborough. They also lead a weekly sing-along at the Beaumont Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center in Westborough.

Joining the guests for brunch was state Rep. Carolyn Dykema, D-Holliston.

Marge Carpenter and Bill Harrington sing a duet of

Marge Carpenter and Bill Harrington sing a duet of “O Christmas Tree.”

Stan Tanenholtz delivers an entertaining version of

Stan Tanenholtz delivers an entertaining version of “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus.”

(l to r) Marge Carpenter, Dottie Clark and Ruth Russo harmonize

(l to r) Marge Carpenter, Dottie Clark and Ruth Russo harmonize “Mr. Santa,” a parody of “Mr. Sandman.”

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