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Blue Hill
Originally published in Compass, June 20, 2013
Recipients named for Bagaduce Music Library’s new music awards

Yvonne Rogers receives a Student Membership Award

Yvonne Rogers, Adams School in Castine, receives Student Membership Award from Martina Herries, executive director, Bagaduce Music Lending Library in Blue Hill.

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Six talented students from the eighth-grade classes of schools in Hancock, Washington and Penobscot counties were selected for a four-year honorary membership to the Bagaduce Music Lending Library in Blue Hill, according to a news release. School principals and music teachers nominated one student from their eighth-grade class who deserve recognition for his or her musical talent and accomplishment.

Student Membership Awards were presented to Jacob Bamford, Ella Lewis School in Steuben; Noah Gardner, Reeds Brook Middle School in Hampden; Josephine Harper, Highborn Middle School in Howland; Yvonne Rogers, Adams School in Castine; Samuel Viekman, Etna-Dixmont School in Etna; and Ceileigh Weaver, Lamoine Consolidated School in Lamoine.

During their high school years these students will have access to the music library’s extensive collection of over 250,000 individual titles of printed music that they can use as they perform and advance their musical studies. The Bagaduce Music Lending Library launched this new Student Membership Award to mark its 30th anniversary of sharing music. The library is a not-for-profit, one-of-a-kind printed music library. Its mission is to preserve printed music and make it available to anyone around the globe who needs music. The library’s collection can be searched online at bagaducemusic.org, or by visiting the library at 5 Music Library Lane in Blue Hill.