Help Us Help the Survivors of Boston to "Keep Movin' On"
May 16, 2013 -- Yesterday was the one-month anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings. We know many people are still hurting from this tragedy, and that the victims and their families will need help for months and years to come.
We recently had the opportunity to write and record our own song because Megan's parents bought a songwriting experience at our school auction. After school one day, we were able to work with three Currey Ingram teachers who are published songwriters.
Instead of writing something silly, we wanted to do something that helped people. Megan's mom is an avid runner, Sasha's mom ran in the Boston Marathon, and Maddie's mom went to Berklee College of Music in Boston - so we felt like we wanted to help the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings by asking people to give to the The One Fund for Boston.
If you like our song or are encouraged by it, please give to The One Fund
to help the victims of the April 15, 2013, bombings in Boston. No gift is too small. Each click on the The One Fund link
will tell us that we are making a difference, one person at a time. We hope you like our song. Please share it with everyone you know.
About Our Song
"Keep Movin' On" was written by Currey Ingram Academy students Megan Hamilton (4th grade), Maddie Hogan (3rd grade) and Sasha Mason (4th grade), along with teachers RC Richmond, Dita Rose and Eric Vinson. The song and video were produced by teacher Sean Kelly in the Currey Ingram Academy recording studio.
About Our School
Currey Ingram Academy is a K-12, co-ed, independent, college-preparatory day school. The school offers individualized learning plans for every student and a full host of arts, athletics and social opportunities on an 83-acre campus just south of Nashville, Tennessee. More information is online at curreyingram.org/KMO