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Mother Myrick’s Jacki Baker, right, presents Taconic Music co-Artistic Director Joana Genova with a check for $395 to support Taconic’s Strings for Kids scholarships.

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MANCHESTER — In support of the scholarship fund for the Strings for Kids program, Mother Myrick’s owners Ron Mancini and Jacki Baker recently presented Taconic Music directors Ariel Rudiakov and Joana Genova with a check for $395, raised through a buttercrunch sales promotion in December.

Through Strings for Kids, Taconic offers violin, viola and cello instruction during the school year for local children ages 5–18, and many of the students receive financial aid toward tuition.

Taconic Music provides Southern Vermont communities with year-round concerts, lessons, demonstrations, and educational programs built upon the rich traditions of classical music. Taconic Music offers inclusive points of entry through a variety of genres for people of all ages and walks of life who value music as part of their daily lives. For more information visit taconicmusic.org.


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