Assistant District Attorney Christy Jindra, in the Fayette County District Attorney’s Office, donated a Digital Baby Grand Piano to the Whitewater High School Chorus Department today. Chorus Director, Richard Prouty, and the Whitewater Choral Board and Booster, helped deliver the piano safely to its new home with the Chorus Department. The Chorus Department at Whitewater entertains audiences at Talent Shows, numerous concerts, Miss Whitewater, and The Whitewater Spectacular, as well as a spring variety show showcasing the choirs and soloists.
Jindra said the following of the generous contribution: “Having been a resident of Fayette County since 1993, a prosecutor in this community, a local musician, and a parent of two graduates of the Fayette County School System, I have seen first-hand the academic and social benefit of extra-curricular activities, particularly music. I am very appreciative of the opportunity to contribute to my community in this way.”
District Attorney Benjamin Coker said of Jindra’s donation, “my employees spend countless hours preparing cases and ensuring that Fayette County is safe from criminals. It makes me proud to know they also are dedicated to being a part of the communities in which they live. Thank you to Christy for this donation.”