Rotary Club of Des Moines/Normandy Park gives $10,066 to Music4Life


The Rotary Club of Des Moines/Normandy Park  this week presented a check for $10,066 to David Endicott, CEO of Highline Music4Life.

These funds will help provide instruments for children in our region who couldn’t otherwise afford them.

Donations were generated by people who graciously attend and support great events like the Poverty Bay Blues & Brews Festival, as well as the upcoming Poverty Bay Wine Festival, to be held March 4-5 at the Des Moines Beach Auditorium.

You can help support Highline Music4Life by buying early bird tickets now at #DrinkToMusic


One Response to “Rotary Club of Des Moines/Normandy Park gives $10,066 to Music4Life”
  1. Mysty beal says:

    Thanks, Janelle and Rotary. Musical training can be such a huge part of a kid’s education and will open so many doors. Garfield High, one of the poorest inner-city schools in the state, routinely sends its jazz band world-wide to perform, and they take the Ellington prize every year. Get your kids into music – and keep them there, as long as they are interested. The benefits are incalculable, and the opportunities they’ll have are enormous.

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