(12/05/2001)
Story by Dan Cosgrove
Photos by Amber Wilford, Berlisha Brannon, and Dan Cosgrove

After nine weeks of drilling, sawing, sanding, gluing, hammering, and chiseling, students got to reap the rewards of their labor by playing the dulcimers they worked so hard to make. Some of our younger students, who made cardboard dulcimers in an earlier class, were invited to join the adult class for a final "jam" session. "Amazing Grace," "Wildwood Flower," "Twinkle, twinkle, little star," and many more songs could all be heard floating down the hallway (sometimes at the same time!).

Arnoldsburg's students Amber Wilford and Caden Arnold "jamming" with adult students' Reed Krack and Charles Thomas

High School student Brandy Burrows plays her new dulcimer
for her cousin, Berlisha Brannon

Instructor Phillip Holcomb gives some final instructions


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