The Symphonettes donate $21,000 to 14 Miami-Dade schools

 

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The Symphonettes, an organization of 65 girls dedicated to the development of the arts, donated about $21,000 to 14 Miami-Dade public schools for new instruments, repairs and risers.

The schools are Rockway Elementary, Citrus Grove Middle School, Coral Gables High School, John A. Ferguson High School, Coral Reef High School, New World School of Arts, Ruben Dario Middle School, Highland Oaks Middle School, Jorge Mas Canosa Middle School, Ernest Graham K-8 Academy, Vineland K-8 Center, Jack Gordon Elementary School, South Miami High School and West Miami Middle School.

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