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Making Sweet Sounds In Brightmoor

It's Friday, meaning I'm looking for my weekend respite from the usual roll call of crime and corruption in the city.

To that end, check out this sweet profile from November about a wonderful music program and volunteer effort at the City Mission Academy in the Brightmoor section of Detroit. Kudos to the guys at detroitblog for this one (and yes, I know, their site had the name long before Time dropped in). Always glad to see the children in this town broaden their horizons, and there's not a whole lot, save travel, that can match culture when it comes to that.

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    Yeah for City Mission Academy. As a tutor there, I find my girls are very bright and sweet and full of life. Let's all help them live up to their full potential. Thanks for the great article.

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    Dr. J. Eells professional

    A music program in Brightmoor helps Detroit children broaden their horizons - The Detroit Blog -

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