KM Perform Students Produce Video with Three Pillars to Celebrate Older Americans
Three Pillars Senior Living Communities, along with talented student volunteers from Kettle Moraine’s KM Perform School for Arts & Performance, have released their second annual music video in celebration of Older Americans Month. The national theme of this year’s annual observance is Blaze a Trail - and the project does just that.
The student volunteers were an integral part of the planning, filming, editing, and production of the video, which features residents and employees lip syncing and dancing to James Brown’s “I Feel Good.” It’s a vibrant inspiration for others to blaze trails of their own. From the impressive saxophone riff acted out by Strautman, to a 96-year old bicycling through a finish line banner, the video showcases the vitality of the community and the special ways in which each individual contributes to the community in their own way.
“This has been a remarkable intergenerational experience for both the residents and the students, and it’s a joy to witness them interacting, learning from each other, and enjoying one another’s company throughout the process,” said Mark Strautman, Three Pillars’ President & CEO. “We feel honored to have worked with KM Perform on another project this year.”