BOOSTERS INFORMATION

The objective of this non-profit booster organization is to assist the Director of Instrumental Music and the Edgewood High School administration in promoting, enhancing, and supporting instrumental music education at Edgewood High School and to assist and provide additional education and community service opportunities to the Edgewood High School Band, Guard, and its auxiliary units.

BAND DIRECTOR

Aaron Wells

awells@rbbcsc.k12.in.us


PRESIDENT
Jenny Fisher

pres@edgewoodmusic.org


VP of COMMITTEES

Bonnie Richmond

vpcommittees@edgewoodmusic.org


VP of FUNDRAISING

Jill Marcoux

vpfundraising@edgewoodmusic.org


TREASURER
 Beth Krouse

treasurer@edgewoodmusic.org


ASSISTANT TREASURER

Jennifer Woods

assttreasurer@edgewoodmusic.org


SECRETARY

Cheryl Crouch

secretary@edgewoodmusic.org


WEBSITE

Derek Latham

web@edgewoodmusic.org





2013-2014 PLEDGE DRIVE

EHS Performing Arts program has always been fortunate to partner with many generous community supporters during marching season. Each year the Band Booster’s solicit corporate sponsors to assist with funding needs outside the student “fairshare” annual program. The Band Boosters, Directors and Staff, and the entire Marching Mustang nation wish to thank the many companies, corporations, and individual donors for their contributions.


PLEDGE DRIVE BUSINESS FORM

PLEDGE DRIVE FAMILY FORM


Fair Share

The Edgewood Band “Fair Share” Program has been structured to make the financing of the Edgewood Band Program equitable to all of its members. Each year, director of bands and the Booster officers establish the budget for the following year. This budget covers all the activities planned for the upcoming school year, except for the following items; marching shoes, guard outfits, food at contest, and the bi-annual Spring Trip (2012 - Hawaii). The budget is then divided by the expected number of Marching, Jazz, Concert, and Guard participants to determine the “Fair Share” amount for each student participation level.

The Band Boosters will schedule as many fundraisers as members are willing to support to give ample opportunity to earn the credit to pay all future fees. All of the current established fundraisers (Taste of Bloomington, Kroger/Marsh Scrip, Hilly Hundred, etc.) are included and should provide opportunity to families to earn as much as they desire with which to pay future fees.

The “Fair Share” fee payment schedule is shown on the contract you signed and in each newsletter. Members are expected to make each payment on time, sending a check to the address noted on the attached page or dropping it into the secure box in the director’s office. If your “Fair Share” payment is in arrears, your student will not be eligible for trips and other “extra activities” involving the band unless arrangements have been made with the Director and Booster Treasurer.

The “Fair Share” Program allows the band program to collect the fees needed to carry out the projected activities for the next year. This is your commitment to the band program. The “Fair Share” Program also allows members to become involved in fundraising to lower their required cash payments. 100% of the net profit you or your student earns through fundraising will be applied to their account to pay future fees. This is the programs commitment back to you.


FAIR SHARE GUIDE 2013-14

FAIR SHARE CONTRACT 2013-14

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION 2013-14


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FUNDRAISING

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