Taylorville Memorial Hospital and the Springfield Clinic are joining forces this Thursday for a Caroling Program and they invite the public to attend. This is the 4th year the event is put on, and it's a way for people to get together, enjoy the company of the community, and get into the Christmas spirit. Janelle Cornell from TMH and Christy Conrad from the Springfield Clinic said there is a small admission fee for the event, no money just donations, of a least one can of food for the Taylorville Food Pantry.
Conrad said the last time they had the event, there was more than $1000 worth of food and money donated, and this year they hope to surpass that.
Cornell and Conrad said the Caroling program isn't a concert with performers. They said it's a 45 minute get together that begins with some music and few people starting things off, and by the end of the night, they hope to have everyone up and singing while feeling the spirit of the holidays.
The Caroling Program is taking place this Thursday at 5:00, in the Hospital Auditorium.
Cornell and Conrad appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show.