Give the Gift of Music to Under-Served Students

 
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A. J. West Elementary Student, Awarded 2011

A. J. West Elementary Student, Awarded 2011
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Renton High students in Renton WA thank you!

Renton High students in Renton WA thank you!
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White Cloud Jr. High Student

White Cloud Jr. High Student
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Chester Park Elem Students

Chester Park Elem Students
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Walkerville

Walkerville
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Give the Gift of Music to Under-Served Students

Give the Gift of Music to Under-Served Students
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A Student Thanks MHOF

A Student Thanks MHOF
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Give the Gift of Music to Under-Served Students

Give the Gift of Music to Under-Served Students
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Organization

Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation

Studio City, CA, United States
http://mhopus.org

Project Leader

Natalia Hernandez

Administrative Assistant
Studio City, CA United States

Where is this project located?

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