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New owners at Enumclaw Music and time to retire | Letter

It is with mixed emotions that I announce the sale of Enumclaw Music to David and Cathy Bozich. It is time for me to retire and I am delighted to have new owners who will carry on the reputation of Enumclaw Music.

David is a musician, trained in string bass, and anxious to get involved in the music community here in Enumclaw. Cathy will also be involved as a sales representative. David and Cathy have two children, both of whom are in music programs at their respective schools in Enumclaw.

Enumclaw Music was established in 1985 at the house at 1036 Cole St. We began with four private teachers and two studios. In 1989 we moved up the street two blocks to 1327 Cole St. with a lot more retail space, parking and better visibility. In 1997 our second move relocated us to our present building at 1515 Cole St. We now have two restrooms, three phones, four studios with nine teachers and a Kindermusic program.

David and Cathy will not be making any changes to the business and will honor all commitments for studio space, rental contracts, consignments and hours.

I have loved working in the retail core of Enumclaw, we have the best customers. The music community here is healthy, both school programs and community groups. I will miss you all very much and am grateful to haveĀ  buyers as committed and knowledgeable and David and Cathy to carry on the business.

Thank you so much for your support of Enumclaw Music.

Barb Shane

Enumclaw

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