By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor
Southborough – During this time of a continuing pandemic, we are all looking for ways to keep our social connections. For Chuck Dilts, that meant hosting a series of fun karaoke events on his Southborough front lawn.
“This was started as a way for those of us who would get together at the Natick Elks for karaoke every other Saturday to have a bit of normalcy,” he said. “Everyone was disappointed not to be able to do it so I decided to hold these on my lawn.”
Approximately 12 people attended the different get-togethers, Dilts said. At all times, social distancing and health protocols were followed to ensure everyone was safe.
“We were all spaced out with only people from the same house sitting together. Masks were worn whenever we were milling about or talking to each other,” he noted. “Each table had its own microphone. Sanitizer was available and I had alcohol to sanitize mics if needed. Each group brought their own food and drink so there was no cross contamination.”
“Everyone felt safe and had a blast!” he said.