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    29 May, 2014

    Gary Allegretto's HOHNER Sponsored Harmonikids - Houston Texas

    By Gary Allegretto

    On April 29, 2014 a Hohner-sponsored Harmonikids session for the Asian American Family Services brought joy to dozens of Burmese refugee children in a low income housing project in Houston Texas. The session was organized with the assistance of Daren Hightower of The Children's Music Foundation.

    14 May, 2014

    Harmonikids Hohner-Sponsored Session At Phoenix Children's Hospital

    On April 3rd 2014 a Hohner-sponsored Harmonikids session at the Phoenix Children's Hospital's "Zone" facility brought healing joy to over a dozen child patients and members of their families. It was a fun and raucous session starting with a concert in which I played and the children sang along.

    02 March, 2014

    Harmonikids Year In Review

    Every year at this time I take time to reflect upon and share Harmonikids annual accomplishments in the past year. Even in light of considerable achievements in past years, 2013 was a particularly productive year. Harmonikids sessions and workshops effectively aided and delighted children with widely diverse special challenges all over the country. Hohner Harmonicas was particularly generous in it's sponsorship of eight sessions.

    06 January, 2014

    Harmonikids HOHNER-sponsored session #7

    Denier Youth Correctional Center

    On October 4, 2013 I brought my HOHNER-sponsored Harmonikids session to the DeNier Youth Services Center; a correctional facility in Durango Colorado. It was my third visit to this full-lockdown strict disciplinary environment designed to rehabilitate kids who had lost their way and were being held there by court order.

    04 December, 2013

    Harmonikids - Snowden Cottage Detention Center

    Snowden Cottage Youth Detention Center

    Sometimes Harmonikids programs focus on youth who have been abandoned, neglected, abused, and/or are at gang risk – including some who have gotten in trouble and have been admitted to correctional facilities.