“Wouldn’t it be great if everybody had the opportunity to play an instrument?” 
 

 

 

– Joe Chithalen

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Laura Kittner
PS: Piano was my instrument. Who knew?!
joesmill
If you didn't get in the Kahoot, you can still send email us your name to be entered in the draw!
Chris Leveck
The recorder in gr.5 cool
Chris Leveck
No belts, just a bunch of people rocking out
joesmill
^ best format
Chris Leveck
Imagine a piano with a chin rest
Chris Leveck
"Hendrix played this guitar!"
joesmill
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Chris Leveck
Really cool, thanks a lot guys!
joesmill
Thanks for joining Chris!
Kathy Patterson
I can't hear you guys. Is it just me?
Guillermo Caballero
cool stream guys!
joesmill
it might be muted
joesmill
check the bottom left
Kathy Patterson
Oops, just turned up volume on your stream.
Kathy Patterson
Nice to see you guys! I'll pop back in 7mins. You had a volume control on your screen.
Kathy Patterson
Will do, thanks!!
joesmill
Thanks for tuning in Madison!
joesmill
joesmill
Welcome to the stream! Stick around for our live Kahoot to win a $20 Amazon gift card!
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Kathy Patterson
This is the comedy booth why-thank-you
joesmill
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Tom
Congratulations - nicely done!
joesmill
send your full name and kahoot username to joesmillAMC@outlook.com to be entered to win a $20 amazon gift card!
joesmill
send your full name and kahoot username to joesmillAMC@outlook.com to be entered to win a $20 amazon gift card!
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Thank you everyone for tuning in!
Jack
Thank you! Good job boys.smile
joesmill
thank you so much for tuning in, Jack! smile
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Joe Chithalen was a young musician beloved in Kingston because he encouraged everyone with an interest in music to perform. When he died, suddenly and unexpectedly on May 1st 1999, it took just hours for his friends to organize a bus so they could travel to his funeral, several hours away. In the same few short hours, one particular friend, the late Wally High, had made the decision to follow through on a concept he and Joe had discussed often: finding a way to make sure everyone had a chance to learn to play an instrument. They both knew that many of the young people who “hung out” aimlessly could be redeemed by music.