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February Edition

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The art faculty of West Boylston Middle/High is pleased to announce that nine of our students currently have work on display at the Worcester Art Museum.

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West Boylston Afterschool African Drum Ensemble celebrate Youth Art Month this past March 8 
at the Worcester Art Museum!  

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Help Build a Better Goodale Park

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    WEBO Pays It Forward

West Boylston Class of 82 Alumni Fundraiser Campaign for Auditorium Renovations
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Old Stone Church
Prints by Jen Niles

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Ready, Set, Art! mini-camp with Major Edwards Elementary School art teacher Leia Roberts and her WBHS helpers, sponsored by the WBAF.

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We had a great evening with Rich Leufstedt and Jim Webster leading the West Boylston Uke Club at Pinecroft Dairy the other day.  Hope to see everyone for our next uke session on Wednesday, July 23 at 6pm!



Community invited to take part in Major Edwards mural

Check out this video from West Boylston Middle High School of  the African dance class that the WBAF sponsored with the Gallery of African Art in Clinton.  It isn't easy to get a class of Middle school grade boys to enjoy a dance class where they actually move, but the whoops and cheers at the end are proof that they enjoyed this class!  Great job by Issa Coulibaly and Zach Combs of Crocodile River Music!



In 2010, WBAF received a grant of  $7,180  from the Ernie Bock Family's Music Drives Us Foundation.  This money helped ensure that the West Boylston Major Edwards Elementary School Band continued to perform and enrich the lives of our students.  For more information about this vital organization, visit musicdrivesus.org
The West Boylston Arts Foundation has been supported in part by grants from the West Boylston Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council , a state agency.  The grants that we have received include those for the resident artist that worked with the students of Major Edwards Elementary School to design and create the Bicentennial Mosaic that hangs in the school, and for an African drumming performance last February by Spirit of Africa for the Major Edwards school.

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