Sullivan Foundation awards scholarship funds to Pagosa Springs Girls Choir


By Carole Howard
Special to The PREVIEW

The Jim and Elizabeth Sullivan Foundation has awarded the Pagosa Springs Girls Choir (PSGC) $800 in scholarship funds to help pay the tuition of singers in the choir. The foundation was created in 2013 by country singer/songwriter Tim Sullivan to honor his parents by providing scholarships for disadvantaged youth with a talent for music, dance or visual art in Archuleta and La Plata Counties.

The choir is three years old. It is composed of 22 middle school-aged girls who are being educated in both home-school and public-school settings and are selected by audition, regardless of their ability to pay the annual $200 tuition.

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