WHERE ARE THEY NOW: KIN SHRINER (EX-KEITH; ATWT, EX-JEB; TEXAS)
The musical legacy of a famed South Florida humorist may live on in the U.S. soldiers serving overseas. Wil and Kin Shriner say when they went to clean out a warehouse their father kept near the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport they found about 400 vintage harmonicas. The harmonicas, made in Hohner Co. in Germany 1949, are the blues harp or Marine Band model. They told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel that they considered donating the instruments to schools or to youth groups, but now want to send them to soldiers serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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