STM: Saving Schools One Note at a Time

Sunday's 10th annual Save the Music Festival was a huge success, topped off by an epic Battle of the Bands between UC Davis and Stanford. The Davis Aggies say they won the battle....do you agree?

The weather couldn't have been better, and the music couldn't have been livelier. Do you have some photos you'd like to share with other Belmont Patch readers? Upload them here!

What was your favorite part of Save the Music? Tell us in the comment section below.

Joan S. Dentler October 15, 2012 at 03:27 PM
Thank you to Alan Sarver, Clarissa Naftzger, Michelle Moyer, Matthew English, and all of the incredible School-Force and Carlmont High School volunteers for an awesome event!
Courtney Carreras October 15, 2012 at 03:36 PM
STM proved once again to be one of the funnest days of the year in Belmont. The music was especially great this year. Love the Battle of the Bands! All around great day. Thanks to ALL the many volunteers it takes to present this wonderful event for all of Belmont to enjoy.
Michele Moyer October 15, 2012 at 04:33 PM
Thank you to the hundreds of volunteers and the dedicated planning team who have made School-Force's STM special and fun for the community for a decade!
Alan Sarver October 15, 2012 at 04:33 PM
Thank YOU, Belmont and Redwood Shores community, for coming out in force to make it be such a memorable day! It's all about our kids and community. The kids brought us beautiful music, and you all brought the love. Our planning team can always use a few new members, to bring extra energy and help make the next Save the Music Festival even greater. Contact me at asarver@earthlink.net to become part of our team.
Dave Buhl October 15, 2012 at 06:14 PM
The Ags were definitely the winner. Stanford put up a fight, but seemed to peeter out. But it was a great time for everyone. Thanks to the organizers, volunteers, and all the musicians!


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