Barney Munger on banjo, Larry Baysinger on washtub bass, Dave Secord on mandolin, Rosalie Secord on guitar, Dave Lenahan on electic bass and Mary Munger on guitar are musicians from different bands who come together to jam for an audience at long term care within the Forks Community Hospital. (Zorina Barker/for Peninsula Daily News)

Barney Munger on banjo, Larry Baysinger on washtub bass, Dave Secord on mandolin, Rosalie Secord on guitar, Dave Lenahan on electic bass and Mary Munger on guitar are musicians from different bands who come together to jam for an audience at long term care within the Forks Community Hospital. (Zorina Barker/for Peninsula Daily News)

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Warm music brightens up long-term care facility

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