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Syl-View residents enjoy 'Adrenaline'
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Adam Pulver, far left, leads the Georgia Southern show choir "Adrenaline" during a show at Syl-View nursing home the group put on last week. - photo by CRYSTAL WALKER/Staff
SYLVANIA - Georgia Southern's Adrenaline Show Choir captivated Syl-view residents with the energetic vocals their name suggests this week in Sylvania during the nursing home's monthly fun night. After local volunteers opened the night with music and dance, Adrenaline flooded the activity room in a wave of red and black dress attire, entertaining residents with numbers like Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" and Josh Groban's "You Raise Me Up," a solo performed by the choir's director and founder, Adam Pulver. The group usually dances to every number, Pulver said, but while their moves were limited by space, their vocals knew no limits.
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