The Hartley Sentinel-The Everly/Royal News - Serving O'Brien & Clay Counties

By Iesha Toft
S-N Contributor 

Nature Learning Center receives new instrument

 

October 8, 2020

IESHA TOFT/SENTINEL-NEWS

Royal Lions Club members Josh Toft and Dan Swanson helped with installation of the new instrument, as Royal Lions Club donated services, cement and supplies necessary to properly install the CC/E Music Boosters' newly-purchased Akambira.

The Clay Central/Everly Music Boosters recently purchased a new instrument to adorn the Nature Learning Center lot.

The Akambira is an instrument derived from the African xylophone that allows children to play the C major pentatonic scale. This weather-resistant device will add to the Nature Learning Center instrument line up, allowing elementary students the opportunity to make music in the great outdoors. CC/E encourages learning in many forms of creative play, including the use of musical instruments indoors and outdoors.

The Royal Lions Club assisted in the installation of the Akambir...



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