Burnsville students learn about music, Buffalo Soldiers


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For the Record Volunteer Joy G. Feller helps students learn music at the Burnsville Recreation and Learning Center.


For the Record Buffalo Soldiers speak to students at the Indian Trail library.


Students with the Burnsville Recreation and Learning Center have been learning about music and the heritage of the Buffalo Soldiers.

Kids Café volunteer Joy G. Feller gives the children the opportunity to learn the concept of music, visiting the center each week.

“Some of the students are really doing well with her training,” center director Carol Smith said in a release.

The Burnsville after-school students also recently had an outing to Indian Trail Library.

The Kids Café teacher, students and volunteers listened as the Buffalo Soldiers shared information on their heritage. The men who gave the presentation were all at one time a part of the military. That is one thing that all the Buffalo Soldiers must have in common. The children had the opportunity to sit on their motorcycles and talk to the men.

The Kids Café group had supper at McDonald’s after the event.

For the Record Volunteer Joy G. Feller helps students learn music at the Burnsville Recreation and Learning Center.
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For the Record Buffalo Soldiers speak to students at the Indian Trail library.
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