Left to right: Evan Bueckert (MBSS)

Locals Coffeehouse serves school music programs

Popular concert series donates to Mt. Baker, Parkland and Laurie.

Music programs in Cranbrook public schools were the beneficiaries of the popularity of the ongoing Locals Coffeehouse concert series. Lorraine Hagel, one of the organizers of Locals, presented music teachers from Mount Baker Secondary School and Parkland and Laurie Middle Schools with $500 each, last week in the Mount Baker Music Room. The dates for the rest of the Locals Coffeehouses, for the season, held at the Studio Stage Door on 11th Avenue South, are Jan. 17, March 21 and April 25. The January show is already sold out. Left to right: Evan Bueckert (MBSS), Lorraine Hagel, Stephanie Tischauer (Parkland) and Scott Martin (Laurie).

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