Showing posts from November, 2010

Send A Musical Holiday Greeting To Your Friends And Help Our Violin Program

Dear Friends!
Please consider sending GREEN Seasons Greetings this year!
Our After School Art Program's violin class is in so much demand that we need to provide many more small violins for our Suzuki Strings classes with Cynthia Faisst. Cynthia and her students have worked hard to create musical holiday greetings that you can send to friends and family via Skype, email or phone. So we are hanging out our board: Will Play Music For Donation! 

How it Works:

Please select a song from this list:

International·Bring A Torch, Jeannette, Isabella, French ·Czechoslovakian Carol ·Fum, Fum, Fum ·God Rest Y Merry, Gentlemen, Eng ·Greensleeves, Eng. 16 Century ·Here We Come A-Wassailing, Eng. ·Christmas Tree, German ·Pat-A-Pan, French ·Ring, Little Bells, German ·We Wish You a Merry Christmas, Eng. Sacred·Angels We Have Heard on High, French ·Born is He, This Holy Child, French ·Hark! The Herald Angels Sing, Mendelssohn ·Joy To the World, Handel ·Little Town of Bethlehem, Redner ·Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming, Ger…

Thank You - Gracias!

Dear Friends,

We wish you a wonderful time with your loved ones for the Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend.
We also want to take a moment to say "THANK YOU - GRACIAS" for supporting our students and our programs at OCCTAC. It has been difficult in light of all the federal and state cuts affecting our students and their families. We work extra hard to maintain our programs and to find sponsors for our neediest students.

If you consider sponsoring one child, as little as 25 dollars a month can pay for a weekly class for one students.
Just a few frappucinos less enable you to create hope and joy in a child's life.
Please call or email Dr. Gail Arriola-Nickell.

Happy Holidays!

Your friends at OCCTAC

Invitation to Orange County Students!

Dear Students!

The invitations are out! The Take The Lead Teen Summit, organized by our friends of the Festival of Children Foundation and OneOC, will take place on March 11, 2011.
The summit will open with a keynote speech by Amy Purdy and you will attend very informative workshops all morning long. Learn a lot more about becoming a good community leader and exerting influence in your world, in short, become a leader. The Teen Summit qualifies as a community service credit and school field trip so tell your teachers to sign you guys up!
More information and signing up on