1. December 2017
Good Evening Parents!
We wanted to take a moment to explain the Fruit Sale Pick up and delivery process to eliminate any confusion.
First of all, thank you so much for participating in the sale and helping the band boosters with one of its biggest yearly fundraisers. Your help and volunteering is part of what makes our band so amazing. We cannot thank you enough.
If you or your student sold any fruit either in the Blitz, Personal sale or both, you and your band student are responsible for picking up the fruit from your orders that you turned in. You and your student are also responsible for delivering the fruit to your customers that ordered from you.
You can pick up your orders from the Annex on the following days:
- Friday, December 8th from 6-8pm ( this pick up is for large orders of 20 items or more only please)
- Saturday, December 9th from 9 am - 1 pm (Main pick up day!)
- Tuesday, December 12th from 6-8pm (LAST CHANCE to pick up!)
When you arrive to pick up your order, park either in the District parking lot or the long parking lot to the west of the District Building. The Annex is located between the District Building and the stadium North Entrance. Come to the Annex and give us your student’s name. We will give you back your order forms and fill your order. We will have students and volunteers available to help bring items to your car if needed. Due to the perishable nature of the cheesecakes and fruit, we kindly request that you deliver the orders to your customers as soon as possible.
If for some reason you can not make any of the above pick up dates, please make alternate arrangements with Jaimie Poplin ( 1-228-217-8084 call or text).
The above dates are the ONLY dates that you will be able to pick up your orders. (Unless you’ve called to make other arrangements with us.) Due to the perishable nature of the products, limited time frame availability of the Annex, limited time frame for the freezers being used, limited availability of volunteers and holiday break schedules, we, unfortunately, cannot store orders longer than the dates listed above. Any orders not picked up will be donated to charity. We cannot stress enough the importance of coming to pick up your orders on time!
If you know of any band family or friends who do not check their email or Facebook regularly, please pass this information on to them as well. Thank you again so much for all of your help and support during this year’s fruit sale! We are so lucky to have all of you as part of our band family.
Heidi Cmich and Jaimie Poplin
Fruit Sale Chairs
30. November 2017
Dear Band Families,
The Fruit Season is finally coming to an end. We will be needing volunteers to help us with the delivery date and pick up dates. Any and all help is welcome, even if all you can manage is an hour...also the high schoolers are MORE than welcome to volunteer, too! Here are some important dates, please take note:
We have a fruit delivery date of Wednesday, December 6. We will be needing A LOT of volunteers that day from 3:30-9 pm at the annex. We will need people to help bag fruit and arrange it. The annex is located behind the Board of Education office and it is directly to the right of the football stadium. There are stairs that lead up to building from the middle school parking lot. There may also be parking at the Board of Education office.
Additionally, there are a couple of dates for fruit pick up. Due to the perishable nature of the cheesecake, it must be delivered ASAP to customers. These dates are as following:
Large order pick-ups will be on Friday, December 8th from 6-8 pm. We will also need volunteers that night from 5:30-8:30 pm to help hand out orders.
For all of those who did not have a large order, pick up will be Saturday, December 9th from 9 am to 1 pm. This is a big day and we will need A LOT of volunteers from 8:15-1:30 pm.
Finally, last chance pick up for fruit is the following Tuesday on the 12th from 6-9 pm.
If you cannot pick up any of those days, you must contact us and make another arrangement.
These will be the ONLY fruit and cheesecake pick up days. Any items not picked up after that time (and if alternate arrangements have not been made with us) will be donated to charity.
If you are aware of a fellow band family that does not check their email or Facebook, please inform them of the pick-up dates/times.
Thank you all again for all of your support in making this another successful fundraiser!!!
Call or email us with any questions you may have.
29. November 2017
Dear Band Families,
Rhythm and Raffle is this year’s band fundraiser which will take place on February 24, 2018. We would love for you to be a part of this wonderful event!
The event will consist of dinner, raffle baskets, and musical entertainment…….but much more goes on behind the scenes to make this a success. Once we have our signups we will set a meeting date and start having fun creating a great event.
These are the five committees that will make this happen with a brief synopsis:
Dinner: Meal planning, donations, purchases, supplies
Set-up and Decoration: floor plan and decorating venue
Raffle Basket: donations, basket assembly and distribution
Ticket Sales: create, distribute and organize ticket sales.
Prints and Publication: Create brochure, create and distribute flyers, press releases and advertisements through local newspapers. Thank you letters after event.
17. November 2017
Band News, Reminders
Marching Band Uniform Return
Monday, November 20, 2017
6:00 – 7:00 PM
In Room 310
You must return the Marching Band Uniform to receive a Concert Uniform.
If you cannot return your uniform yourself, have a trusted friend or family member do it for you.
Dear Band Families,
We are currently having a Baker’s Square pie card fundraiser. Cards are $14 each and are good for any pie at Baker’s Square. Please see the attached flyer and order form for more information.
Pie card flyer
Pie Card Order Form
11. November 2017
Dear Band Families,
Just a reminder:
Marching Band Uniform returns: November 13 and November 14th ONLY in Room 310 from 6:30 – 7:30pm
Band Front Uniform returns: November 13th in Room 310 from 6:30 – 7:30pm
Previous instructions were sent regarding the dry cleaning and cleaning of your Marching Band uniform. If you need the information again, please refer to the Band Booster website for the instructions.
Additionally, we need a few more people to help with the return of the uniforms. If you can help, please signup here
Thank you for your cooperation in returning your uniform promptly on November 13th or 14th
6. November 2017
Dear Band Families,
It's time to get your concert band uniform (dress or tux)! Your Marching Band Uniform MUST be turned in before picking up your concert band uniform.
When: November 27, 2017 and November 28, 2017
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Where: NRHS Room 310 (Band Booster Closet/Uniform Room)
Freshman boys need to order a tux shirt. Cost $20. Checks made out to ‘Tuxedo Junction’. Shirts will be distributed after they are delivered. Tuxes – because we just transitioned over to new tuxes over the past few years and we need to build up our inventory. We might need to order a tux for your student. We will have a Tuxedo Junction Representative at the distribution nights to size your son. The Concert Band Uniform Committee will contact you when the ordered tux is ready for pickup.
Wind Ensemble girls are required to purchase a pearl necklace and earrings (pierced and clip on available). Cost: $10. Checks made out to ‘NRHS Band Boosters’.
3. November 2017
Dear Band Families,
Well, another marching band season has come to an end. What a great year again! It is also time to turn in the marching band uniforms.
Uniforms will be turned in to the uniform room, room 310. It is on the first floor, located in the hallway behind the community room.
UNIFORM TURN IN DATES:
- November 13, from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
- November 14, from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm.
It would be appreciated if you can make every effort to return your uniform on these dates. However we understand there may be a few conflicts, just please contact us in advance to make other arrangements. If you have questions, please contact Anthony by email at email@example.com or Joel by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Marching band uniforms must be DRY CLEANED. North Royalton Band Boosters will be paying for this cleaning ONLY IF you take your uniform to ON THE SPOT DRY CLEANING in Broadview Heights at the corner of Route 82 and Broadview Road, or in Parma at the corner of Pleasant Valley and State Roads. This would include the jacket, and both pairs of pants. Make sure you return the uniform in the plastic bag with the receipt attached.You will not be permitted to turn in your uniform unless it has been dry cleaned and you have the receipt. This is your responsibility!
- Remove the collar guard and machine wash at home. Remember to replace this on the jacket before returning your uniform.
- Wash your collar guard, rain coat, garment bag and, if applicable, your beret in cold water, gentle cycle and let them hang dry before you return them. Do not put the raincoat, beret, collar guard or garment bag in the dryer. Make sure all items are dry before uniform turn in night.· Wipe down your hat, inside and out, with a damp cloth.
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS MUST BE RETURNED ON UNIFORM TURN IN NIGHTS!
- Dry cleaned Uniform, including football pants, contest pants and jacket, in the plastic dry-cleaner bag with receipt attached.
- Clean and dry raincoat
- Clean and dry garment bag
- Hat (Cleaned inside and out) or Beret
- Large plastic hanger the uniform came on when it was given out.
- Beret, if applicable.
The Uniform Committee