Member Testimonials


What some of our members are saying about Pii…


The reason I love PII so much is the positive message that we send to our friends, family, community, youth and ourselves. Through the music we sing, and the way we promote a more positive environment for our children to grow and learn and love unconditionally is so unique in this day and age. So being able to feel appreciated, loved, and accepted, and being able to give those same things back, are very important to me and what this organization stands for. – Scott, Orlando, FL


PII means additional family members. People who care about you in ways others may not. People who don’t judge you on appearance or social status. People who would do anything for you, and be there whenever you need them, even though you don’t live in the same city or maybe even the same state. They will be there forever. PII helped me realize I have much in my life to be thankful for. I have never experienced anything like PII and it is the most wonderful thing in my whole life. – Chanell, Strasburg, VA


My first conference was 1981, in Johnson City Tennessee. My mom found Sing Out South one day on a local television show and thought that this would be a good idea for me and my sister. My favorite memories are road trips to see other groups. This group has made me a better person and still does. My closest friends are from this group and I get to make new ones every year. It’s been the most consistent thing in my life and grateful for this group. – Dean, Richmond, VA


I’ve been supportive of this group as long as Dean has been in it. My son was in this group and I supported him as well. My first official conference was 2000 in Michigan. This group has become a second family. That’s what brings me back. The road trips, the talent in this group, the laughing and all the feelings. I’m not one to be on stage but anyway I can support this group and keep it going, I’ll be there. – Dawn, Richmond, VA