Music Module

by Liz Trask

About The Author

Being a part of a very large, local, family has hugely shaped Liz’s personality and core values. She has seen first hand the empowerment and opportunity that comes from the presence of a solid support network.
Thanks to federal aid, love & encouragement from her family and, her own tenacity, she was able to attend college and earned her B.Sc. in Molecular Biology from UC Santa Cruz in 2009.
She currently works there in scientific administration for a group whose focus is human cancer genomics. She hopes to help contribute to support networks for young people here and abroad, who have not been as fortunate as she. She believes in building a globally conscious community for the betterment of the world.

December 2018- Pajaro Valley Shelter Services

On December 1st, 2018, Aiducate now held our annual Music Module at Pajaro Valley Shelter Services.
This year we were incredibly fortunate to be able to host the Island Breeze Band who performed a concert of traditional Hawaiian music, classic surf-rock tunes, as well as, some songs to ring in the holiday season.
The concert was enjoyed by several PVSS client families and listeners of all ages. The children in attendance were encouraged to play along with the band using the donated guitar, ukulele, cajon and, other percussion instruments from our first music module. We also provided some sweet treats to the families in attendance.
A good time was had by all.
We are especially thankful to the Island Breeze Band for their inspiring and fun performance and to Sylvan Music, More Music, and DW Drums for the donated instruments!