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Coldwell Banker collecting used instruments again for second year

| August 24, 2017
CB Annapolis Church Cir Office Front) – Coldwell Banker Assistant Branch Vice President, Sandra Steward (holding the drum); Coldwell Banker Agent, Ann Chumney (holding guitar left); Coldwell Banker Agent, Ann Englehart (holding guitar right); Coldwell Banker Agent, Patti Moriarty (holding violin).

At the Annapolis Church Cir Office Coldwell Banker Assistant Branch Vice President, Sandra Steward (holding the drum); Coldwell Banker Agent, Ann Chumney (holding guitar left); Coldwell Banker Agent, Ann Englehart (holding guitar right); Coldwell Banker Agent, Patti Moriarty (holding violin). 2016 Photo

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For the second year, Coldwell Banker’s Church Circle office is not only sponsoring this year’s Labor Day Pops in the Park concert with the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, but have also banded together to spearhead the Annapolis Symphony’s Play It Forward program, collecting used instruments to be refurbished and loaned to students of Anne Arundel County Public Schools who cannot otherwise afford them. 

Instruments are currently being collected at the four Coldwell Banker offices in the county (Church Circle, Annapolis Plaza, Crofton, and Severna Park) and will be accepted at Pops in the Park as well.

Coldwell Banker and The Symphony is accepting instruments in any condition that will then be triaged, repaired and distributed to qualifying students.

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