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Disabilities don’t keep this Rochester group from singing their hearts out

ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) — It’s the one year anniversary for the beginning of Resounding Voices in Rochester. A group that provides opportunities to those with mild memory impairments.

Resounding Voices allows people to not be limited by their disability and to have the chance to live full lives.

The group put on their third chorus concert Sunday afternoon since their inception. The chorus was joined by the home school choir “Arioso” and a quintet of John Marshall high school band members.

Members of Resounding Voices say being a part of the choir has drastically improved their lives.

“It was really important for me to have Resounding Voices, because when I found out that I had MCI (Mild Cognitive Impairment), then I thought ‘boy I’m just not going to be able to do anything,’ but that is not the way it has been and I’m just so grateful,” said member, Kay Wagner.

Wagner has been a members of Resounding Voices since it started. She appreciates those who attended, as they allow her to continue to do the thing she loves, which is singing.

Holden Krusemark

Holden Krusemark

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