All donations will go to the Osbourn High School Band program to purchase new uniforms.
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Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Do you have an accumulation of old bank statements, tax records and other information too sensitive to simply throw in the trash? Relief is on the way with assistance from TrueShred and your local high school. Osbourn High School is sponsoring a Community Shred Fundraiser event on Saturday, November 10, 2012, from 9 am to noon. "This is the perfect solution for individuals with 1-10 boxes of sensitive material to shred," said Cathy Morgan, chair of OHS Band Boosters, in an email. "Though we don’t limit the number of boxes you bring to the fundraiser, we will be charging $10 to shred each ‘medium sized’ box (the size of a box of copier paper) of sensitive material." Participants can drop off boxes by the TrueShred truck, which will be …
OHS Screaming Eagles Marching Band members are working at the fairgrounds Saturday in an effort to raise money for uniforms and other things.
Osbourn High School Marching Band (Screaming Eagles) members are working the parking area of the Prince William County Fair Saturday to raise money for new uniforms, among other things. Fairgoers can catch some very enthusiastic band students who will be working parking in shifts between 11:30 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, one day before the fair leaves town. Band Boosters, which participates in a lot of events in the community, is working hard to raise money because they willl be needing new uniforms this year. The group also participates in the annual gift wrapping booth at the Manassas Mall during Christmas. In the past few years, the booth has earned the band around $10,000, according to OHS Band Boosters President Melinda Thacker…
Tomorrow's events are open to the public, and the fundraiser supports the Global Training Foundation.