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DevonHouse Senior Living residents enjoy a concert

Steve Walker, of Barto, visited DevonHouse Senior Living, Salisbury Township, Sept. 22 to entertain the residents.

Walker sang and played a variety of instruments such as the harmonica, acoustic guitar, mandolin and ukulele. He has been entertaining DevonHouse Senior Living residents for eight years.

Residents and visitors adhered to the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s guidelines, wearing face masks and maintaining a 6-feet area of social distancing for the outdoor concert.

Walker is scheduled to return Dec. 10 when he will portray Santa, playing acoustic Christmas songs and joining residents for photos.

RIGHT: Musician Steve Walker, playing his acoustic guitar and harmonica, opens his recent concert at DevonHouse Senior Living with a song he wrote entitled, “Hello, Howdy Do?” Other songs performed included, “When the Saints Go Marching In” by Louis Armstrong, “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” by Yip Harburg and “Folsom Prison Blues” by Johnny Cash. See additional photos on Page A2. PRESS PHOTOS BY CARLA JONES
PRESS PHOTOS BY CARLA JONES Residents relax and enjoy a recent performance by Steve Walker, of Barto, at DevonHouse Senior Living, Salisbury Township.
Kelly Bossert, an employee at the senior living residence, joins the audience. Bossert works as a server, medication technician and aid.
ABOVE: Mae Hart, a resident at DevonHouse Senior Living, takes a front-row seat at the concert. “His show was very nice,” Hart commented after the show.