Cindy’s Piano Studio Recital Raises Money For Soup Kitchen

BEMUS POINT – Students of Cindy’s Piano Studio, Bemus Point and Lakewood locations, recently held a recital at Bemus Point United Methodist Church to benefit St. Susan’s Center.

Students played their favorite Christmas carols for family and friends. The program started with a duet by Brianna Lopez, piano teacher, and Cindy Robison, piano teacher/owner. There were many solo piano pieces played as well as duets. One parent played guitar while her son played piano; and another performance featured a friend of a student joining in to sing, accompanied by the piano student. The program closed with another duet by Lopez and Robison.

Participating students were: Lizzy Quadt, Morgan Tarbrake, Eliza Dawes, Sabrina Hallberg, Makala Nelsen, Andrew Scarem and his mother, Candy Scarem, Stuart Rinehart, Gloria Marsh, Lillian Marsh, Sarah Quadt, Aaron Jung, Harper Dawes, Carling Lockwood, Coco Seagren, Allison Bohall, Oliver Rinehart, Lily Gustafson, Hannah Tarbrake, Courtney Jung and singer Madigan Howard, Ava Crist and Dominique Delcalzo.

Mrs. Robison gave a short talk regarding St. Susan Center and the need for donations this year. It costs $2.50 to provide one meal for each person who comes into the center. In 2011 they served an average of 235 meals a day. Cindy’s Piano Studio helped to feed 50 of those people for one day. St. Susan Center is not subsidized by federal or state agencies. For more information on the center, call 664-2253.