Sweet sound of generosity

Paul Stewart (centre) with head of Music Kristina Vuceski and head of Secondary Michael StMart.

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The music program at Wahroonga Adventist School (Sydney, NSW) has received a significant boost following a donation of quality orchestral musical instruments.

Retired businessman Paul Stewart made the generous donation, stating, “It has been our gracious Lord who has placed all this in my hand. I played a very minor role.”

Mr Stewart was treated free of charge 37 years ago at Sydney Adventist Hospital. He remembers, “They never sent me a bill. All I was asked was, ‘Who is your pastor?’ It was Pastor Arthur Duffy, perhaps the most serene man I was ever fortunate to meet.” Because of that generosity many years ago, Mr Stewart has likewise been generous to others as his own business flourished.

Many more students at Wahroonga Adventist School will now have access to a range of instruments, enabling them to be involved in a flourishing music program with the establishment of a symphonic orchestra.


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