From chauffer to entertainer


Stewart Bloom with his son Andrew.

What started out as being a "chauffer" for his son turned Stewart Bloom into an entertainer. Several years ago, Bloom would drive his son Andrew, who at the time was preparing for his bar mitzvah, to the monthly musicals at Horizon Bay on Boston Avenue. Andrew would make brownies and was always anxious to serve them to the residents. As time went on, Bloom continued to deliver the brownies every month, even after Andrew no longer made the brownies.

Bloom not only has become a regular and welcome face, but a resident favorite. Once a year, he replaces his famous brownies for a guitar and takes center stage. On Feb. 9 at 1 p.m., Bloom will delight the audience once again with music. He entertains with crowd favorites, mostly folk songs that many sing along too.

All are welcome and encouraged to attend this performance, which is sponsored by the Jewish Pavilion.

The Jewish Pavilion enhances the lives of residents at assisted living and nursing homes throughout Central Florida. For more information please call 407-678-9363.


Reader Comments(0)


Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2021

Rendered 10/24/2021 03:15