• Note from Clinton missing from music hall of fame

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    MACON, Ga.,None - A former high school band director said he loaned a note from former President Bill Clinton to the Georgia Music Hall of Fame, and now it's missing.
      
    Retired Macon Central High School band director Bob Barnette told The Telegraph of Macon that Clinton wrote the note on some sheet music to "Hail to the Chief" during the former president's visit to Macon in 1992.
      
    Barnette had loaned it and a saxophone Clinton played during the Macon visit to the hall of fame, which closed in June.
      
    Barnette said that when he went to pick up the items from their display at the music hall, he asked the curator where the Clinton
    note was and was told that it was in a drawer, but it never turned up.


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