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    The 2019 MusicWorks Honors Recital will be held on Wednesday February 6th at 7:00 p.m. The recital will take place in the Hall-Moser Theater at Arts Place, Portland Center. The center is located at 131 East Walnut Street in Portland, Indiana. The recital is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be available following the performance.

    MusicWorks is an intensive program of music instruction for all ages. Students learn the fundamentals of music theory, how to read music, and how to play and care for the instrument of their choice. Students who have shown dedication and growth have been invited to play in the 2019 Honors Recital.

    Major funding for Musicworks is provided by The Portland Foundation; Delta Theta Tau Sorority, Xi Chapter; POET Biorefining.  Additional funding is provided In part by Citizen State Bank, and WPGW Radio Station, and in memory of Gilbert Fairfield by Jim & Julie Forcum and Dean & Margie Jetter.  Major funding for scholarship support is provided by the Adams County Community Foundation through the Tiffany Abner Scholarship Fund; Dr. G.’s Memorial Scholarship Fund; Dennis and Marianne Horn, and First Financial Bank.  Additional funding for scholarship support is provided in part by Katherine Nelson, and In Memory of Elaine Shakley by Jean Bodman, Julia Chapman, Daniel & Ellen Countryman, Jim & Julie Forcum, Patricia Gibson, Dr. Mark & Donna Haggenjos, Bill & Becky Hinkle, Dean & Margie Jetter, Cheryl Landfair, Carter & Vickie Leonard, Alan McLaughlin, Kelann M. Maus, Alice Merrill, Patrick & Barbara Miller, Eric & Pamela Rogers, Rob & Mindy Weaver, and Ted and Fadia Williamson.  All Arts Place activities are made possible, in part, with support from the Community Foundation of Randolph County, The Portland Foundation, the Indiana Arts Commission, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.