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Blair Witch event raises almost $1,500 for W.O. Smith School

The 10th annual Blair Witch party was a huge success, raising almost $1,500 from ticket sales, a faculty and student auction, and faculty donations. All proceeds from the Halloween-themed event are donated to the W.O. Smith Community Music School, which provides music instruction to low-income Nashville children.

“It has been such an incredible experience to see the entire Blair community — students, faculty, and administration — come together in support of an organization that is so closely tied to who we are and what we do as musicians,” said Katherine Walden, a Blair Student Council representative and this year’s Blair Witch chairwoman.

“Blair Council began planning the event in June, and we were able to partner with a number of like-minded student organizations to produce an event that was a resounding success both as a social event and fundraiser. We’re somewhat in shock over just how successful it was, but unbelievably excited to imagine where the event will be on its 20th anniversary!”

 

 


Posted on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 in News , , , ,