Res­i­dents do ‘The Twist’

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Glen­view Indigo North Health res­i­dents were re­cently trans­ported on a jour­ney back to the days of rock ‘n’ roll - the fab­u­lous 1950s and swing­ing 1960s.

The Glen­view Day­room was trans­formed into a 1960s style cafe com­plete with records, im­ages of the 1950s and 1960s, leather jack­ets and even a mo­tor­bike.

The res­i­dents and staff, who em­braced the theme by dress­ing in their best rock ‘n’ roll in­spired out­fits, were en­ter­tained with mu­sic by Billy Arnold from Be­nalla.

One of the nurses, Barb San­dral, and nurs­ing stu­dent Ben put on a won­der­ful dis­play of rock ‘n’ roll dance moves for the res­i­dents.

Many res­i­dents and staff took to the dance floor as well.

Elvis was found alive and well af­ter 40 years and joined wife Pri­cilla on the dance floor.

Res­i­dents also joined in on the ac­tion to

Elvis Lives and his wife Priscilla take to the dance floor to en­ter­tain res­i­dents at Glen­view Indigo North Health.

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