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Published on Nov 21, 2010
(Performance at a local nursing home) Youth from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints combine their talents with youth from other organizations and faiths to help strengthen their community. Their talents include music, acting, and dance. They play Bluegrass, old country, modern pop, hymns, classical, and "old-timer" music. The instruments they play are banjo, bass fiddle, charango, dulcimer, guitar, harmonica, jug, mandolin, piano, recorder, saxophone, tin whistle, trombone, trumpet, vocal, and washboard. This group regularly shares their talent at area nursing homes and for those who are confined to their own homes due to illness. They also performed their musical talents for the State Senate, an orphanage, the local Opera House, some of the live music for a dance for teenagers (which took the most guts to do), a bluegrass festival, and as Viewers' Choice Award winner in front of 12,000 at October's 100th Anniversary Kentucky Boy Scout Jamboree. Visit http://youth.lds.org