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Despite funding concerns, music and arts nonprofits tap into creativity

The screeching of the saw can be heard all the way down the hall. Upon entering the workshop, the amount of colorful wooden creations hanging from the ceiling and displayed on shelves overwhelms the space. In one corner, a table saw…

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