Taft Charter High School Marching Band at Candy Cane Lane 12/15 & 12/16
Taft Educational Arts Fund - is soliciting sponsors for their upcoming event in Candy Cane Lane to pay for all the necessities and needs of the band. It is a parent host organization. Typically, the band only parades in Candy Cane Lane.
If you live in Candy Cane Lane (Winnetka-Corbin Martha-Calvert) you can have the band come to your house, in front, and play for a $150 donation to TEAF the non-profit foundation designed to support and underwrite the costs for the band- 20-40 members. Contact Leila 818-378-2510
Donations are accepted to support the band, in addition to those received for playing in front of your house. Donate (taftmusic.org)
TEAF is the fundraising arm for expenses such as traveling costs, and instruments all marching season.
Other concerts -
December 6th is at 6:30 - $5 for adults $3 for students Children under 12 are free. Venue has a capacity limit so come early! TEAF is the organizer.
The Taft Educational Arts Fund is a parent and community volunteer group with a mission to provide organizational, financial, and logistical support to Taft Charter High School Instrumental Music Programs. The TEAF Booster program proudly supports the Taft Charter High School Marching Band and Color Guard, Orchestra, Concert Band, and Jazz Band programs. TEAF Boosters is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization. It is led by a legally required Board of Directors. The directors are parents and family members of Taft Charter High School Instrumental Music Program students. For this reason, all donations and contributions made to TEAF are tax deductible. firstname.lastname@example.org
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