Several staff members at Londonderry on the Tred Avon have gotten together to form a House Band, “Roscoe Flatts,” to entertain the residents at Londonderry’s special events. The band’s first debut provided the mystery at the recent Resident’s Mystery Dinner. Roscoe Flatts is named after Londonderry employee Roscoe Clough. Residents sang along to such favorites as “YMCA,” “Country Roads,” and “Harvest Moon.” According to Irma Toce, executive director of Londonderry on Tred Avon, “It was a fun night for all residents and featured some great food by our Chef Alan Sorrell, including Crab Fondue, Salmon Wellington and Slow-Roasted Prime Rib. It was a wonderful way to showcase our talented team in a different way to our residents.” Pictured left to right are members of Londonderry’s Roscoe Flatts House Band: Irma Toce, Jen Hughes, KeKe DeShields, Roscoe Clough, Kirsten Mullins, Bonnie Albright, Alan Sorrell, Lorraine Flisher and Rachel Smith (in front).