Olivia Penalva performs her original song, ‘Christmas for Two,’ during a concert at Polson Residential Car Facility on Dec.8. (Erin Christie/Morning Star)

Musician Olivia Penalva spreads Christmas cheer to patients at Vernon care facility

Musician treats Vernon seniors to special performance

A group of seniors at Polson Residential Care facility in Vernon were treated to a little holiday cheer courtesy of musician Olivia Penalva Friday afternoon. The Canadian singer/songwriter performed popular Christmas songs as well as hits from her latest album before visiting with some of the residents.

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