A musical Monday morning


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Tony Lamke, left, and Paul Wahrhaftig entertain attendees at the Monday Morning Men’s Club at Ohio Living Cape May.

Tony Lamke, left, and Paul Wahrhaftig entertain attendees at the Monday Morning Men’s Club at Ohio Living Cape May.


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WILMINGTON — Ohio Living Cape May residents Tony Lamke and Paul Wahrhaftig entertained the Monday Morning Men’s (3M) Club Monday with banjo and harmonica music and some homespun tales.

Lamke told the history of the banjo and mentioned several notable persons who have thrilled audiences with their banjo playing. He also provided humorous stories for the appreciative audience.

Paul has been playing the harmonica and several other instruments for many years.

Dean Rivera, Director of Ohio Living Cape May Culinary and Nutritional Services, provided coffee and a light breakfast that was enjoyed by all.

The club meets at 9 a.m. in the Campus Center at Ohio Living Cape May on the first and third Mondays of the month, unless that Monday falls on a holiday. All senior men are invited. For more information about the 3M Club call Abby Ellsberry, Director of Business Development, at 937-382-2995 or Bob Holmes at 937-725-7878.

Tony Lamke, left, and Paul Wahrhaftig entertain attendees at the Monday Morning Men’s Club at Ohio Living Cape May.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/01/web1_Tony-Paul.jpgTony Lamke, left, and Paul Wahrhaftig entertain attendees at the Monday Morning Men’s Club at Ohio Living Cape May. Courtesy photo

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