Dr. Bill Snyder strums his guitar and prepares a few pieces for his Nichole’s Pastry performance. Photo by Maddie Malat.

Snyder performs at local pastry shop

On Christmas Day in 1961, Dr. Bill Snyder received a guitar from his parents. He began teaching himself how to play by listening to Joan Baez records and to folk […]

 

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