Passing bluegrass on to young cowboys

Passing bluegrass on to young cowboys

Passing bluegrass on to young cowboys

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Dancing the Meltdown into the schools. As the San Juan String Band performs for students at St. Columba school Friday morning Smokey the Bear dances kicking off this weekend's 18th annual Durango Bluegrass Meltdown. The band, made up of members of The National Forest Service performed as part of the Durango Meltdown's "Bluegrass in the Schools" program sponsored by the La Plata Electric Association Foundation.
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Hands raised forthe Meltdown. St. Columba kindergartenl student Brett Hamer raises his hands with classmates during a performance of The San Juan String Band who was playing Blurgrass tunes for students at the school Friday morning kicking off this weekend's 18th annual Durango Bluegrass Meltdown. The band, made up of members of The National Forest Service performed as part of the Durango Meltdown's "Bluegrass in the Schools" program sponsored by the La Plata Electric Association Foundation.
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SHAUN STANLEY/Durango Herald- DURANGO-04/20/12
Kicking off the Meltdown in the schools. Sally Zwisler a Biological Scientist with the San Juan National Forest, perfoms with the The San Juan String Band for students at St Columba school Friday morning kicking off this weekend's 18th annual Durango Bluegrass Meltdown. The band, made up of members of The National Forest Service performed as part of the Durango Meltdown's "Bluegrass in the Schools" program sponsored by the La Plata Electric Association Foundation.
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