JACKSON, Miss.--Singers and musicians from around the state perform at Methodist Rehabilitation Center during the holiday season. The noon performances in the Jackson hospital’s two-story Atrium Mall are free and open to the public.
“The performances have become an annual tradition,” said Mark Adams, president and CEO of Methodist Rehab. “These groups donate their time and talent to perform for our patients, staff and visitors. The songs they sing and music they play mean so much to all of us.”
The Madison-Ridgeland Academy Patratones sang Christmas carols in the Atrium Mall as part of the hospital's series of holiday music concerts. The fourth and fifth graders entertained patients, staff and visitors who attended the noon performance.