Purchase a ticket to own Sr. Cecilia’s Dulcimer

Only 1,000 tickets will be sold!
For just $50, you have a chance to own a heirloom with a special story to be told for generations to come.
Beloved by all, Sister Cecilia Huber touched the lives of many while teaching music at Chatfield College and Ursuline Academy. Sister Cecilia left her prized dulcimer to the Brown County Ursulines and they have generously donated the instrument to Chatfield College to support Sister Cecilia’s educational legacy. This cherished dulcimer is in its original case with several of Sister’s personal notes and items, including the beginning of an original composition. Th dulcimer was made by Mt. Orab master craftsman Orman Edward Waits of Middletown Woodcrafters. Sister Cecilia paid for the dulcimer in installments over the course of many months.
Proceeds raised will go towards the continuing maintenance of the Ursuline cemetery on the St. Martin Campus of Chatfield College.
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