I recently wrote a blog about singing with an aging voice, and I suggested several things older singers could do to keep their singing voices at a level where they could continue to participate in choirs. I would like to revisit the subject today and say that one of the great joys in my life is directing an older adult choir at Roswell United Methodist Church. The name of the group is the PrimeTime Singers and it has over fifty members, ranging in age from 60-92. The joy this group brings to me is certainly musical, but that is not all. More than any other group I conduct, this ensemble seems to be filled with the sheer exhilaration that can come from singing. The members of this choir remind me in many ways on a weekly basis that it is fun and rewarding to sing, and they appreciate the joy and satisfaction their music gives to others, as well to themselves. I can remember when I began this group more than five years ago that I was concerned how I would fit it into an already very busy schedule. Now, it is difficult to imagine my life without the opportunity to work with these amazing men and women. Long live senior choirs! May they grow and prosper.