Smiles, music and moves: A cappella group performs at Brooklyn nursing home

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Kemberly Richardson has more on the SUNY Potsdam a cappella group's sweet performance.

It was all smiles at the Schulman and Schachne Institute for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Brooklyn Thursday as the Potsdam Pointercounts performed for seniors at the nursing home.

The a cappella group is made up of students from SUNY Potsdam, who are currently on tour and thought those at the facility at Brookdale Hospital would enjoy the music.

The all-male group started in 1992 as a barbershop quartet, singing valentines to raise money for a campus fraternity.

Over the years, more students joined. Now, there are 13 members.

For more information on the group, visit

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