know anybody

Keep your eyes and ears open  
 Just got this email; sounds like a nice thing to do…
Hi All,
   I am looking for a "student" grade saxophone for a 11 year old boy in the FT ANN school district. He has played one a little and would like to learn sax. This is something his family could never afford.  He and his 6 year old sister and little 4 year old younger brother were all adopted into this one family.
  I am hoping someone may know of a sax in a closet somewhere, since many kids played them in school and then they may have gotten put away.  Even if it’s in need of repair that’s fine,  I know a guy who fixes them.  Please keep your eyes and ears open to help this little guy!

Thank you

John Freed
Freedom Hawk Band

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