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Veterans will see song and dance show

The “Sing a Song of America” show will take place at the Salisbury VA Medical Center, bringing a new stage presentation to hospitalized veterans and their guests March 3 at 2 p.m. in the Building 6 Social Room.
The group represents Re-Creation USA Inc., which provides a national program of live entertainment for America’s hospitalized veterans in VA Medical Centers and state veterans homes.
“Sing a Song of America” spotlights great songs and great stars as America’s young ambassadors to hospitalized veterans focus on this nation’s best loved music. Expect vocal renditions enlivened by dance and choreography.
Re-Creation was founded in 1976 and performs in all 50 states. Credits include appearances at some of the nation’s most prestigious fairs and festivals, at local, regional, state and national corporation banquets and conventions, and at major resort areas. Civic clubs, fraternal groups, schools and public and private organizations now keep Re-Creation booked for more than 300 concerts each year.
The BVL Fund, Re-Creation’s longest-running sponsor and a Bowlers of America charity for hospitalized veterans, helps to underwrite the tour costs. The Elks National Veterans Service Commission, in conjunction with local B.P.O.E lodges, house Re-Creation touring groups nationwide. The entire tour is produced in cooperation with the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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