A group of musicians will gather Sunday to help benefit students in the Keshequa school district.
They want to raise money to replace musical instruments that a teacher allegedly pawned for drug money.
The musicians hope to inspire the students whose instruments were stolen while raising money. There will be raffles and live music. The event takes place from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Lovin' Cup in Henrietta.
The accused teacher, Danielle Conner-Willowglade, is on leave and the criminal case against her is headed to a grand jury. Police say she could be facing additional charges in other towns.