Here it is... ******** Dear Mr. Grosson, I'm Justin from the **** **** Youth Group. You, Mr. Jewels, and your group from TalkBass donated some instruments and amplifiers to the Yout Group music group a few years ago. I was their bassist and I have been using the 2 Fenders you donated. I want you to know that you have made my life a very happy one. The guys and I have been been playing at group parties and functions every weekend, thanks to your kindness. I stopped playing the bass last Christmas. I was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor early in 2005 and I now have no movement in my left arm. I have accepted my conditin but felt I needed to let you know that you have made a very beig impact in my life. Being able to play with the group made it easier for me to deal with everything. We have a new bassist now. He can't play the fretless yet but he loves the p-bass. Mr. Grosson, from my whole group and myself, THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH. Justin ********* ******** I just found out his condition is terminal. Anyway, just wanted to share this with you as many of you helped to put the instruments in the hands of Justin and his Youth Group (through the Bass 4 Kids program). Michael Jewels... you're fretless jazz donation has made someone very happy (and will hopefully make somebody else as happy). Thank you.