Linda-Welk, Earthquakes, and Bach

Salsih Sea Players LogoThe final few days of 2014 and the final few days of our year-end fundraiser. We’ve been awed by the generosity of our supporters–people like you. In our current newsletter Linda reminisces about how she got started on the violin and remembers a visit to Ida Culver House-Ravenna. Here’s the link: http://p0.vresp.com/ccLBOk

Little LindaWe’ve enjoyed remembering “the way we were” and we hope you’ve enjoyed it too. Music often inspires memories long forgotten, memories both sweet and bitter-sweet. And when we play for the residents of long-term care communities we often hear about those memories. Please join us–help us to inspire memories by donating to the Salish Sea Players. It’s tax deductible and easy to do online through our fiscal partner Shunpike.                                        Donate Now

BTW, if you prefer to send a check that’s fine too. Just make sure the check is made out to:  Salish Sea Players c/o Shunpike

The mailing address is:  Shunpike,  220 2nd Ave. South,  Seattle, WA 98104

Another way you can help is to let a friend know about us. Pass it on! And Happy 2015!!

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©Linda Melsted salishseaplayers.org  2014
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About Salish Sea Players

Salish Sea Players is a Baroque chamber music group (two Baroque vioins, cello, and guests-Baroque oboe, recorder, and harpsichord) dedicated to bringing high quality performances to people in retirement homes and long term care facilities. We are a Professional Affiliate of the Early Music Guild of Seattle
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