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Pianist will perform for Community Action senior meal

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[July 14, 2011]  The Community Action Senior Nutrition program will welcome pianist John Toedtman on Wednesday.

InsuranceAll seniors ages 60 and up are welcome to join Community Action Partnership of Central Illinois on for lunch and music at Logan Courts Housing, 1028 N. College. Lunch will be served at 11:30.

Toedtman co-founded the Toedtman School of Music in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1974 and has administrated and taught there ever since. His students have won numerous competitions. He performs regularly in the Cincinnati area and elsewhere.

For the past twenty-five years, he has also served as a judge for the National Guild of Piano Teachers, Federated Music Club, American Music Scholarship Association, Wasson Piano Studios and the Ohio Music Teachers Association. He also frequently contributes classical music reviews to the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Before completing his master's degree in piano performance from the Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music, he studied with concert pianist Karl Engel in Hanover, Germany.

There is a suggested donation of $3 for the lunch, and there are no income guidelines. No individual will be denied due to inability to pay. To reserve a spot, contact Mike at 217-732-2159, ext. 240.

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Community Action is a private, nonprofit organization that serves low-income families and seniors in a six-county area with a variety of services. For more information, visit



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