The Montco community gathered together mid-afternoon, June 4th, in front of the FOP memorial to launch the Vance Community Partners Veterans Music and Art School.
Oscar Vance, a veteran himself, and former Chief County detective launched a music and art school in honor of those who protect and serve our country.
During the afternoon ceremony, recognition was given to police officers, first responders, veterans, and to all who have supported the launching of the school.
In addition, the Vance Community Partners Music and Art School gave a special thank you to the renowned Kal Rudman and the Kal Rudman Foundation, which gave a generous grant in support of the school.
A reception was held at the Vance Community Partners headquarters located on Cherry and Main Street. Steve Kramer, the director, and instructor of the music department accompanied the guests with the cello. Along with him was a violinist, and together they filled the room with soothing music.
The Vance Community Partners Music and Art School has their doors wide open to all who reside in and outside of Montgomery County.
The school wants to give all a chance at receiving lessons and offers scholarships to those who qualify. The Vance Community Partners Music and Art School is looking to grow its education staff and will be responsive to those who are interested in joining the team.
All applicants are expected to send in their resumes to email@example.com for more information call 610.277.9126. Serious inquiries only.