"Note-Able Music Therapy Services" Earth Day Project

By: Samantha Boatman Email
By: Samantha Boatman Email

A non-profit organization, The Note-Able Music Services, is collecting items for a special project for Earth Day.

The organization provides music programs and music therapy services for people of all ages and abilities. This year, they're collecting recycleable items to make instruments for Earth Day.

They need help collecting these items so they can help hundreds of children make their own instrument.

Some of the items needed include:
*Toilet paper, paper towl and wrapping paper tubes.
*Small tins (like the kind Altoids come in)
*Oatmeal, coffee and raisin containers.
*Plastic Eggs
*Jingle Bells
*Ribbons
*Single serving raisin boxes (or other small boxes)
*Patterned contact paper
*Stickers
*Colored Paper
*Sandpaper
*Balloons
*Shoe Boxes
*Wax Paper
*Electrical tape (all colors)
*Double sided tape
*Pencils or pens (they don't have to work)
*They also need a lot of dried beans, lentils, popcorn kernels, rice etc.

If you can make any of those donations, you can drop the items off at the McKinley Arts and Culture Center before April 19th.


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