SSDF coordinates donation to ‘After School Strings Program’ at Heber Hunt

November 19, 2012

in Music

In photo: Barbara Schrader, Maria Hernandez, Bill Betteridge, Gabriel Fox, Michelle Gilger.

The Sedalia School District Foundation is pleased to announce a $566 donation to the Heber Hunt Elementary After School Strings program.

Proceeds from the sale of Americana bracelets was donated by 1972 S-C grad Sally Lockett, of Lockett’s Boutique in Sedalia, and Brighton Collectibles and was donated to the Foundation as a restricted gift. 1971 S-C grad Barbara Schrader, retired music educator, with the help of Michelle Gilger, music educator at Heber Hunt, volunteer their time to provide this opportunity for youngsters to learn to play stringed instruments.

For more information regarding restricted and unrestricted gift opportunities, please contact the SSDF Office at (660) 829-2562. Photo submitted.

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