Jim Newton and the first Board of Directors establishes Celebration Shop. Paul G Hill joins the team - the mission begins.
Jim sings for a child at an Ohio hospital - Therapeutic Music Entertainment is born.
Noel "Paul" Stookey from Peter, Paul and Mary joins Celebration Shop.
Friends of the Family is released on audio cassette.
Parents' Choice Gold awarded to Friends of the Family (AKA Best I Can Be).
We Can Do is released and earns 4 national awards - Parent's Choice, Family Channel, America Library Association and Parent Council.
Children's Hospice Intl. presents Hugworks the Elizabeth Kubler-Ross Award.
World Around Song is released and receives Parent's Guide - Children's Media and Parents' Choice Award.
Celebration Shop changes it's name to Hugworks. Hugworks starts providing Music Therapy at no cost to families.
Relaxations released - soothing music for kids and parents alike.
National Pediatric Nurses’ Association presents Hugworks with the Humanitarian Award.
Over 128,500 audio cassettes, CDs and songbooks distributed throughout North America and beyond.
Hugworks goes 3D! First animated song, I Can Be The Best I Can Be, is created and wins two Omni Intermedia Silver Awards and 2 Telly Awards - 3D glasses not necessary.
Hugworks partners with Wheelock College in Boston, MA to start an education program. First homework assignment is given.
Hugworks celebrates it's 30th Anniversary with the 1st Volunteer Therapeutic Music Entertainer, Larry Dykstra.
Back in the Studio working on a new project with Noel Paul Stookey!