CHS Band: Earning Money and Impressing Fans

Remember back in early September when the CHS Band Boosters hosted a cookout at the high school? Then there were some sweet new Dodge vehicles on hand that folks could test drive? With no salesmen and no pressure? It’s also known as “The Day I Drove a Minivan.” This may jog your memory:

ashley dodgeAnyway, it was a huge success, and the team from Melton Sales recently presented a check for $5,000 to the Claremore Band Boosters Association.

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Left to right: band director Kevin Couch, Greg Melton, Amy Gordon

On another note (har dee har har), the Zebra band received the coveted “Fan Favorite” award at the Siloam Springs competition last Saturday, with their train-themed halftime show. The band is definitively #embracingthetrain!


Go, Zebras!


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