Student Organizes Production to Benefit Charity

Ben Grubbs '17 Helps Raise $2,400 for Mental Health

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Student Organizes Production to Benefit Charity

Sloan Struble '18 of All Saints Episcopal School played a live set at Live Oak to help raise money for Music for Mental Health.

Sloan Struble '18 of All Saints Episcopal School played a live set at Live Oak to help raise money for Music for Mental Health.

Jackson Norman '19

Sloan Struble '18 of All Saints Episcopal School played a live set at Live Oak to help raise money for Music for Mental Health.

Jackson Norman '19

Jackson Norman '19

Sloan Struble '18 of All Saints Episcopal School played a live set at Live Oak to help raise money for Music for Mental Health.

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After Kristin Robinson ’16 graduated, Ben Grubbs ’17 was ready to accept the leadership role for Music for Mental Health. This organization was developed to help aide the LOSS Team for Suicide Prevention in Tarrant County. The event, which took place in January at Live Oak on Magnolia, drew the attention of many schools throughout the DFW area, with students donating their time and talent to perform. Country Day students have organized the event for three years now, this year raising $2,400 for the LOSS Team.

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