E-W Music Boosters hit a high note during Saturday fundraiser

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E-W students play for the crowd.
An auction attendee tries his hand at a fundraising game on the Nile putting green.
E-W Music Director Jake Bergevin describes how the funds raised from the event will benefit a host of program needs.

Hundreds of supporters of Edmonds-Woodway High School’s music program gathered at the Nile Golf and Country Club Saturday night to raise money for music programs and students — and had the chance to listen to great music at the same

E-W Music Director Jake Bergevin told those attending the Music Boosters auction that money raised is used to support a variety of needs that are not funded through school dollars, including the repair of musical instruments, travel scholarships for students who can’t afford to attend out-of-state performances, and the purchase of new performance risers.

Attendees also heard from Bruce Caldwell of the Washington State Music Educators Association and listened to the Latin music sounds of Bochinche.

Donations to the program are always welcome and can be made on the Music Boosters website.

 

 

 

 

 

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