South Place Nursing Home will be hosting a Holiday Tribute to residents, staff, doctors and nurses at the home on Monday, December 3, 2012 at 3pm.
The concert will be held in the dining room.
Dr. Virginia Collins will be entertaining the residents and staff of South Place.
Collins volunteered her services and talents through performing concerts in the City of Houston Hospitals, M.D. Anderson, Methodist, St. Lukes, Riverside and A Charity Concert at the Cain Center.
Collins has sang patriotic and Christmas programs on NBC, ABC and KHOU Television Stations.
Collins reflects on her childhood in Athens, Texas and how her rich experiences in home, Church and public schools were all foundation of her success.
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