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Grant for music at Westfield Academy and Central School
Westfield Academy and Central School’s (WACS) Friends of Education Fund is a partnership of Parent Connection and the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation with a mission to invest in and support children's overall educational experience. In March of 2014, the fund received a $5,000 Trustee’s Discretionary Grant from the Western New York (WNY) Foundation to be used for the Music Department. This grant was awarded in recognition of WACS music teacher Kent Knappenberger’s 2014 Music Educator Award given by the Recording Academy and the Grammy Foundation.

Grant for music at Westfield Academy and Central School
Westfield Academy and Central School’s (WACS) Friends of Education Fund is a partnership of Parent Connection and the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation with a mission to invest in and support children's overall educational experience. In March of 2014, the fund received a $5,000 Trustee’s Discretionary Grant from the Western New York (WNY) Foundation to be used for the Music Department. This grant was awarded in recognition of WACS music teacher Kent Knappenberger’s 2014 Music Educator Award given by the Recording Academy and the Grammy Foundation.

 

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