Northshore Wranglers present ‘The Music Project’

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

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Stephanie Routh sings “When There Was Me And You”. Courtesy photo.
Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Northshore and Woodinville Rotary, the Northshore Wranglers will offer their second annual “The Music Project” concert on Friday, December 7, at the Northshore Senior Center main stage (10201 E Riverside Drive, Bothell). The show starts at 7 p.m.

Entry to the event is free and donations will be accepted with all proceeds benefitting the Northshore Wranglers Program.

The Music Project uses music to create a unique opportunity that empowers students through personal improvement, with public performances for community recognition and celebration.

Under the tutelage of Bernadette Bascom, creator of “The Music Project,” involvement kindles a spark for self-esteem, pride and creativity.

Students learn the value and rewards of sustained effort and hard work toward a specific performance goal and the achievement of success.

Each student has a choice of personal song selection and the opportunity to enhance, highlight and share his or her individual talents through music.

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Alan Bridgeford singing “The Way You Look Tonight” with volunteers Cristina Gonzales on left and Sydne Rice on right as backup dancers. Courtesy photo.
The Northshore Wranglers Special Recreation and Community Inclusion Program is a non-profit serving individuals of all ages with intellectual, cognitive and developmental disabilities, their families and caregivers. Part of the Northshore Health & Wellness Center in Bothell, the Wranglers program serves the cities of Bothell, Woodinville and Kenmore, as well as surrounding communities. For complete event details, visit the Northshore Wranglers website at

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