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June 10, 2005

Albany- For some Albany seniors, Friday was filled barbecued food and bluegrass music.

Morningside Assisted Living home sponsors special programs throughout each month for the people who live there.

Volunteers with Phoebe Putney's Golden Key group joined in for Barbecue and Bluegrass. The program featured Christian recording artist Anthony Johnson and his Bluegrass Band.

"They're going to perform blue grass for us. They're the feature presentation," said Joan-Marie Barcus, program director at Morningside. "We're going to have barbecue chicken and all the side items there and just have a good time today."

Next week, Morningside is having a Luau Luncheon.

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