The Valencia High School Marching Band and Color Guard held their first major fundraising event for their band season. The Mattress Fundraiser Event, which was an amazing success, was held on Saturday, Aug. 25, at their VHS Multi-Purpose Room.
“We want to give a heartfelt thank you to the Santa Clarita Community for showing such great support of our music program! This was a unique fundraiser. We were visited by over 100 customers who purchased a variety of mattresses and accessories. The proceeds will go towards the expenses that keep our wonderful music program running.” says Band Director, Mark Judd.
Valencia High School Band and Booster Fundraising Chair, Tanya Money added, “All of the musician and color guard students worked very hard to get the word out as well as helped customers during the day of this fundraiser. We are so proud of how passionate they are about what they do! We will continue to fundraise throughout the year as the money raised makes a big impact with the band and color guard programs solely existing on donations/fundraisers received throughout the year. We encourage the community to go to our website to see more wonderful opportunities to be a part of the magic as a sponsor or to donate.
About the Valencia High School Band & Color Guard:
The Pride of the Vikings Marching Band and Color Guard has been ranked as one of the top “Class 3A” bands in Southern California and has won sweepstakes awards at several competitions.
About the Valencia High School Band & Flag Boosters (VHSBFB) is the booster organization supporting the Valencia High School band and color guard programs. VHSBFB is registered as a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation in the state of California.
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