Reimagining Aging | Hank Lewis
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Hank Lewis, Goodwin House Bailey’s Crossroads Resident

I reimagined aging because I never imagined:

  • having the opportunity at GHBC to become a musician, learned to play the guitar and with my talented friends start the Jefferson Street String Band
  • playing four string band country music concerts a year at GHBC
  • playing with my band at an Irish pub in DC
  • attending mountain music schools in Elkins WVA and Big Stone Gap, VA to learn more about the music genre and to learn complex flat picking Old-Time and bluegrass music.
  • playing three sing along concerts a month at nursing home facilities including our own Skilled Nursing Floor
  • directing the GHBC Spring Fling and working with so many talented residents and staff in music, drama, dance and poetry.

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Resident