Local pianist doesn’t let her disability stop her music

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - “I basically love giving them something to look forward to and I love putting smiles on their faces and give them something to break up their day,” Holly said.

“Oh she’s wonderful, beautiful, I can’t believe it, I always wished I could play like that, but I didn’t have the ability,” Prairie Creek Lodge resident Betty Berglin said.

“Holly is an inspiration to everyone being blind and learning how to play the piano so well, and definitely inspires people and having these residents listen to her and sing along with her is something they thoroughly enjoy,” Taryn Siemonsma-Garry activities and wellness supervisor at Good Samaritan Society - Prairie Creek said.

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