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Bran Nue Dae community care centre members immersed themselves in the sound of the Roebuck Primary School choir last Thursday.

This was the third time the choir had visited the centre, after the two formed a community partnership four years ago.

Roebuck Primary School music specialist Bindi Forde said it was important to have the students engage with the community members of Bran Nue Dae.

“The students really enjoy these visits,” she said.

“Both Bran Nue Dae and Roebuck Primary School saw this visit as a perfect opportunity for different generations to engage and learn from each other by sharing their passion for music.”

As well as the choir performing, the students interacted with the seniors, played games and shared a morning tea provided by Bran Nue Dae.

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