Thousands of dollars worth of musical instruments are coming to a school in Mason County.
All thanks to VH1's Save the Music Foundation Program.
Wahama Junior/Senior High School is getting $30,000 worth of clarinets, flutes and other instruments.
Seven other public schools in West Virginia are also getting instruments from the program.
The program is a partnership between the foundation and the state Division of Culture and History.
The agency says 43 schools have received more than $1 million worth of instruments since 2010.
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