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Play the Ukulele: Just get a kit

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With the Lansing Area Ukulele Group any age  can play this musical instrument.

If you’re interested in learning something new or just  to have fun, this might be for you. You might even be able to build your own to play here. Ron Blackburn, woodshop teacher, has build guitars in his class at Gull Lake High School.

“I’m  currently building ukulele to judge the difficulty of it for the potential to be a future woodshop project,” Blackburn said.

This kit contains everything needed to learn how to play the Ukulele, including:

  • 1 Enya Ukulele
  • 1 Digital Tuner
  • 3 Cool Cats CD
  • Mighty Uke DVD
  • and a “How to Play Ukulele: A Complete Guide for Beginners Book”

There are even different levels of ukulele kits.  The location of this event is in Lansing. All items from this  kit must be returned together. Any missing or damaged items may result in fines or fees.

 

 


ravelle johnson
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My name is Ravelle Johnson, I went to Albion Public Schools until 7th grade.  After Albion Public Schools was shut down, I  transferred to Marshall Middle School. I spent my 7th and 8th years there. My mother found a new job in Battle Creek, and we looked around for new schools.  Gull Lake offered the best education system and freshman year, I attended Gull Lake High School.

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