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Just listening to a song can evoke strong emotions in all of us. The power is even stronger for the musicians actually making the music, and that got Rick Soshensky of Kingston, New York thinking.
As part of the effort to fulfill his desire to really make a difference with his music, he started up The Music Therapy Studio, which offers high-quality programs that maximize accessibility and growth potential for people with disabilities. The concept attracted the attention of Spectrum News 1 New York, which aired a story about The Music Therapy Studio, and a book by the same name, the evening of May 16.
Congratulations Rick! Learn more about his business at TheMusicTherapyStudio.com.
The co-founder of one of the most successful real estate companies in the country, RE/MAX Results, is on a mission and it has nothing to do with selling houses. John Collopy wants people who have experienced struggles in life to know everything is going to be okay. He is communicating that message through his recently released memoir, The Reward of Knowing.
A story about the book has just been published by Voice of Alexandria, which covers news in Alexandria, Minnesota. RE/MAX Results has an office there.
Pick up your copy of the book today at JohnCollopy.com. One hundred percent of the proceeds from book sales will go to the RE/MAX Results Foundation, which supports projects in the communities RE/MAX Results serves.
When the first residents began moving into The Waters of McMurray senior living community last April, they missed out on the excitement of the planned grand opening party. It had to be postponed due to the pandemic.
Now that conditions have improved, on May 12 the community was finally able to host a public celebration that included a ribbon cutting by the local Chamber of Commerce. The Almanac newspaper published a nice story about the event in the May 13 isue of the paper. (Photo by Jon Andreassi/Observer-Reporter)
There is a story in the May 12 edition of the Minnesota Sun Sailor about the Kentucky Derby Party they held at The Waters of Excelsior senior living community a few days before the big race. Nice hats ladies!