Morning Melodies in town

This Easter’s Mayor’s Morning Tea is set to hit the high notes with a revised program and special entertainment.

Wilma Gibson and Phil Barwick from North and West Remote Health, Bec Dent from MIETV, and Betty Kiernan from Laura Johnson Home, and Mayor Joyce McCulloch with Laura Johnson Home residents.

Wilma Gibson and Phil Barwick from North and West Remote Health, Bec Dent from MIETV, and Betty Kiernan from Laura Johnson Home, and Mayor Joyce McCulloch with Laura Johnson Home residents.

The quarterly Mayor’s Morning Teas are delighted to introduce the Morning Melodies program.

The Morning Melodies program will have a focus on special performances, beginning with Tenori, provided this month, Saturday March 25, 9.30am at the Civic Centre.

Tenori employs the talents of three of Queensland's powerhouse singers: David Kidd, Craig Atkinson and Andrew Pryor with a combined 60 years international experience in the industry.

Sponsored by MIETV and presented by Mayor Joyce McCulloch, all senior citizens and disability card holders are encouraged to attend free of charge, and enjoy a morning tea and wonderful concert experience by Tenori, who have toured internationally as part of the Ten Tenors and worked with Opera Australia and Opera Queensland.

Mayor Joyce McCulloch said she was thrilled to introduce the new program and was looking forward to hosting the event.

“I know that our senior citizens always enjoy these special events, and to be able to provide entertainment for them that they might not usually have the opportunity to enjoy is such a privilege,” Cr McCulloch said.

“MIETV are doing a terrific job of bringing fantastic entertainers to our city, and I thank them for being able to ensure everyone is able to enjoy it.”

I know that our senior citizens always enjoy these special events, and to be able to provide entertainment for them that they might not usually have the opportunity to enjoy is such a privilege - Mayor Joyce McCulloch

In special recognition of Mount Isa’s senior citizens, Tenori will then travel to the Laura Johnson Home for an in-house performance for those unable to travel.

The Mayor’s Morning Tea Morning Melodies program will continue throughout the year, with Laura Johnson Home, North and West Remote Health, and MIETV partnering with Mount Isa City Council to bring future entertainment including Dustier than Ever, and Always Patsy Cline.

All senior citizens and disability card holders are invited to attend this special event, Saturday March 25, at 9.30am.

For details please phone the Civic Centre on 47473300.

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