UTM students share time and talent with Greenbrier Meadows
Posted: Wednesday, December 21, 2011 8:04 pm
By: Leatha McCroskey, Special to The Press
The residents of Greenbrier Meadows have enjoyed programs provided by groups from the University of Tennessee at Martin recently.
The brothers of the Phi Mu Alpha fraternity entertained our residents with Christmas carols on Dec. 3.
They brought a red carnation for each resident, knelt and serenaded the ladies.
During lunch, a saxophone trio played Christmas carols while the residents dined.
A wonderful time was had by all and we are grateful for this fraternity sharing their time and talents with us.
Also on Dec. 3, the sisters of the Sigma Alpha Iota sorority came to carol with the brothers of the Phi Mu Alpha fraternity. The rooms and halls of Greenbrier were filled with wonderful music, as this large group entertained our residents.
We are very grateful for these students taking time to share their talents with the residents of Greenbrier Meadows and welcome them back anytime. If you have a group who would like to sing or play for our residents, please call me, activities director, at 587-9303.