Articipate named Business of the Month

Articipate receives the Business of the Month for January from Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce. From left front are Trevor “Bones” Davis, Neil McClelland, 6, and Maggie Sandell, 6. Middle: Karin Naccarato, Dave Chelf, Maggie Frasure, Jennifer Leighton-Scanga, Trish White, Janis Ohmstede, Donna Coupland and Mary Sandell. Back: Jason Gobin, Sam Johnson, Art Gentile and Raedell Trueblood.

Marcus Hill
Mail Staff Writer

Articipate earned Business of the Month honors for January from Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce.

The first honor of the year went to Trevor “Bones” Davis and company because of their involvement and dedication to the community, said Lori Roberts, chamber executive director.

Articipate provides scholarships to local youth and adults for “artistic endeavors.” In 2016 Articipate provided $3,012.50 for “activities such as photography classes, music lessons, dance classes, writer’s workshops, ensemble opportunities and acrobatic training.”

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Articipate showcases talent of all ages

Alan Mueller, Mitchell Tanner and Brooke Beasley perform their first song in their Collegiate Rok Skool Band set Dec. 15. During their performance, fellow high schoolers crowded the stage, singing and dancing (photo by Cailey McDermott).

Cailey McDermott – December 17, 2016

Salida claims a wealth of nonprofits, but few provide as much cultural impact in the community as Articipate, the music education organization that hosted its Eighth Annual Articipate Showcase Thursday, Dec. 15, at the Salida High School auditorium. The free event highlighted Articipate’s diverse program offerings through a variety of musical performances featuring marimba bands, Rok Skool bands and professional musicians Leon Joseph Littlebird and Trevor “Bones” Davis, music teacher and Articipate co-founder.

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