2 West Seattle HS musicians receive Newcombe Foundation Instrument Grant

June 10, 2014 at 9:09 am | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools, WS culture/arts | 1 Comment

(L-R, Raegan Jarvis, LaVera Shields, WSHS music director Ethan Thomas, Chris Newcombe)
Thanks to Elizabeth Shields for sharing the news (and photo):

Congratulations to West Seattle High School sophomores LaVera Shields and Raegan Jarvis, recipients of the Newcombe Foundation Instrument Grant.

The Newcombe Foundation believes every child should have the ability to learn how to play a musical instrument as a tool to foster creativity and extended learning. Chris Newcombe, founder of the Newcombe Foundation, believes the Instrument Grant allows students to benefit from the many intellectual, social, and educational advantages that a background in the arts can provide for them. LaVera Shields is the recipient of a new trumpet and Raegan Jarvis is the recipient of a new viola. Both girls were very excited and honored to receive the brand-new instruments. They are looking forward to playing their new instruments in the upcoming WSHS Band spring concerts at 7:00 p.m. June 11, 2014.

That’s tomorrow! P.S. Read more about Chris Newcombe (a student himself!) and his foundation here.

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  1. I was lucky enough to have Lavera and Reagan in the music program at Madison. You could not find two more deserving young musicians. Congratulations Ladies!

    Comment by Clark Bathum — 9:33 am June 11, 2014 #

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