Donor at Arts Festival helps make Music4Life

Saturday, June 28, 2014

 Karen Stoufer of Shoreline presents a flute
to David Endicott of Music4Life
Photo by Kathryn Paulsness

Karen Stoufer of Shoreline donates an old flute to David Endicott for the Shoreline Music 4 Life program. The instrument will be sent to Kennelly Keys for refurbishing and then given to a Shoreline student so they can participate in school music programs.

Endicott says, "Flutes are in high demand in every school district."

The program acquires musical instruments and supplies for eligible public elementary students.

“Our goal is to provide every student in the district an opportunity to play a musical instrument, if they want to, regardless of their ability to afford it,” say David Endicott.

Donations like Karen Stoufer's are the heart of the program. 

“Many adults no longer play musical instruments that are gathering dust in their attics and garages,” he says. “We gratefully accept those ‘lovingly used’ instruments, repair them as needed and then donate them absolutely free of charge to Shoreline Schools.” 


Anonymous,  July 5, 2014 at 8:40 AM  

Thanks to Karen for her wonderful donation to Music4Life

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