Announcing the VocalBooth Studio Recipients™ is pleased to announce that Tamarack Center (Bend-La Pine Schools Special Education program) and the Redmond High School Music Department have each been awarded a VocalBooth Studio donation. “We received so many great submissions from some really worthy organizations”, stated Calvin Mann, founder and president of  “It came down to Tamarack and Redmond for our decision committee, but it wasn’t easy.” Tamarack Center serves middle and high school students with special needs who are enrolled at Bend-La Pine Schools.  The center currently works with the Americana Project. “The students at the Tamarack Center have experienced many challenges that inspire creativity, self-expression and resilience.  Through this generous contribution from VocalBooth, our students will continue to have opportunities to artistically express through song writing, music composition and now recording” Reported Julie Reinhart of the Tamarack Center.  “We are so fortunate to be awarded this incredible gift, and to be able to support and inspire the possibility in each of our students. We hope to continue to work in collaboration with the Americana Project to further support our students as they unfold their story. It is with gratitude and appreciation that we were honored with this gift.” The Redmond High School Music Department has a long-standing tradition of excellence.  Like most schools they strive to maintain that excellence despite thinning resources. “The RHS music department is very excited to be the recipient of such a generous donation. We hope that it will help to inspire our students to continue their hard work and enjoyment of making music,” offered Rachel Steward, Redmond High School Band Director. Congratulations to the staff and students - we're looking forward to seeing what you create in your VocalBooths!
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