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The Shropshire Music Foundation

 

shropshire.JPGThe Shropshire Music Foundation provides free musical instruments and instruction to former child soldiers and refugees in some of the world's most wartorn places: Kosovo, Uganda, and Northern Ireland.
It was founded by Liz Shropshire an American  composer and music teacher, who was drawn to help these children in her own way.
Since 1999, the foundation has taught more than 10,000 young people that through music they can bring healing, hope, and peace to their communities.
Liz Shropshire was on PEI this week speaking to a number of groups.... she took some time out of her schedule to drop by the Mainstreet studio and talk to Angela walker

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