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November 19, 2010


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November 19, 2010

I have worked with many charities throughout my professional career and few come close to meeting or exceeding expectations than Ear Candy. Nate Anderson, the founder of Ear Candy, is both passionate and committed to their mission statement. In a state that currently ranks last (Arizona is 50th) for music education, Nate saw a void that needed to be filled.

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several of their instrument drives, talent shows and other community collectives.

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look to expand this effort nationwide. I believe that it's imperative to include music education as part of a student's full scholastic experience to afford that student a well rounded education.

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EAR CANDY wants to give YOU the opportunity to get involved in delivering our mission to the community by using your skills and helping us by becoming an official ROADIE. This group is an ever growing collection of like minded people who feel they can give something back to their community through the mission of Ear Candy. Each Roadie is responsible for serving on at least one committee. Volunteer