Elementary, middle school bands seek donations

Ramona’s Elementary and Middle School bands are looking for donations for their upcoming fundraiser and other needs. Any cash or check donation can help with the following needs: Band, Honor Band, CORE (Community Outreach Ensemble), Instruments and Repairs, Smart Music Scholarships, Knott’s Berry Music Festival, Various Events, and Band Families with Hardships.

Also needed are gift baskets and gift basket items for their Annual Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser on Friday, April 26, from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Olive Peirce Middle School performing arts center, 1521 Hanson Lane.

“We welcome coupons and certificates from businesses,” said Julie Berry, who is coordinating the fundraising effort.

Opportunity drawing donations for the spaghetti dinner fundraiser will be accepted through Thursday, April 25.

For more information, call Berry at 760-896-4221.

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3 Comments for “Elementary, middle school bands seek donations”

  1. Suggestion for instruments needed: http://www.hungryformusic.com
    One can apply for musical instruments, if student is in financial need:

    Need an Instrument?

    Now accepting applications through the end of March.

    Other application acceptance dates:
    May 15 thru June 15
    August 15 thru Sept. 15
    Oct. 15 thru Nov. 15

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    Hungry for Music supports parents who cannot afford to rent or purchase an instrument for their child. Also, we support music teachers/directors who have identified a child who could use our support. We also support after-school music programs such as Roots of Music in New Orleans, Junior Appalachian Musicians (JAM) in Southern Virginia, Rhode Island Fiddle Project, Intonation Music Workshop in Chicago, Little Five Points Music Center in Atlanta, to name a few.

    Please include complete address, email, and phone number.
    For School band program support, we recommend Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation.
    Thank you!

  2. We have an a fully refurbished 3/4 upright base. Student would have to be taller than me ( 5 foot 4) . No bow. New strings. Wired for amplification.

  3. Also an upright piano ( that needs tuning0.

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