For immediate release Contact: Jaysa Pfaff
Garden Place Gals Sing Before Crowd at Gateway Grizzlies
At Garden Place Senior Living Columbia
April 25th, 2019
Garden Place Senior Living is very excited to announce that a group of our residents will be singing “God Bless America” before the opening pitch at the Gateway Grizzlies game on May 1st!
A group of Garden Place Columbia residents met routinely and decided they would like to form a choir. They began meeting weekly and practicing their singing with hopes to get on the television show America’s Got Talent. A Garden Place employee, Jessica Gorka, was browsing the Gateway Grizzlies website and noticed they were holding auditions for a choir to sing before a baseball game. She asked the ladies if they would be interested and the Garden Place Gals was formed!
The Gateway Grizzlies came to hear the ladies sing an audition and was happy to announce that they made the cut! Now 14 Garden Place residents, The Garden Place Gals, are so excited to be performing before the opening pitch! They will sing “God Bless America” on May 1st at 11:00 am. We would love to see your support in the stands!
An interesting note, most of our Garden Place Gals remember watching Kate Smith sing God Bless America on TV and are happy to sing a song that invokes positive memories from their childhood.
For more information about the Garden Place Gals contact Jaysa Pfaff, Community Relations Director at Garden Place. For more information on purchasing tickets or covering the Garden Place Gals at the Gateway Grizzlies contact Collin Vieth, Marketing Director of the Grizzlies at 618-337-3000 ext. 19 or Kaylee Roskowski, Assistant Marketing Manager of the Grizzlies at 618-337-3000 ext. 29.
If you would like more information please contact Jaysa Pfaff, Community Relations Director at Garden Place at 618-971-7706.