Pictured left to right: Sisters Schools Superintendent Curt Scholl, SFF Executive Director Crista Munro, FAN Advocates Dawn Cooper and Theresa Slavkovsky, and SFF Creative Director Brad Tisdel. photo provided
Pictured left to right: Sisters Schools Superintendent Curt Scholl, SFF Executive Director Crista Munro, FAN Advocates Dawn Cooper and Theresa Slavkovsky, and SFF Creative Director Brad Tisdel. photo provided
Sisters Folk Festival (SFF), through a partnership with the Tykeson Foundation, delivered a check for $5,000 to Family Access Network (FAN) to support art and music education for youth. The money is earmarked to provide opportunities outside of the school day for underserved populations.

Since 2012, SFF has awarded more than $149,000 to FAN in support of need-based tuition assistance for dance, art, music, and creative activities.