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By Elizabeth Tanner
The Red River Sun
CHILDRESS – Six girls, ages eight through 10, sang at the Childress Busy Beavers Senior Citizens luncheon on Thursday, March 11 in honor of St. Patrick’s Day.
Put on by Gerald Monson of Monson Music, the sextet performed six songs including “Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Ral (That’s an Irish Lullaby)” by Bing Crosby and “The Unicorn Song” by The Irish Rovers.
Being their first public performance in over a year due to the coronavirus pandemic, Monson said he and the girls are glad to be back.
“I love working with these young girls,” Monson said. “They have lots of energy. They make me feel young again and keep me hopping. It’s good to be back after a year.”
Those performing included fourth graders Maicee Dean, nine-year-old daughter of Shasta Underwood and Gilbert Dean; Gentry Keys, nine-year-old daughter of Dr. Kevin and Kerry Keys; Saylee Ochoa, 10-year-old daughter of Jonathan and Meredith Ochoa; Selah Smith, 10-year-old daughter of Stran and Jennifer Smith; and Aria Parr, 10-year-old daughter of Kayla and Jimmy Meyer and third grader Athena Stingel, eight-year-old daughter of Carl and Jane Stingel.