The Band Boosters
It is our mission to ensure that every child who is a member of the Grant County Band program receives the greatest opportunity to experience the enrichment that music and the arts bring to our community and our lives. We as parents and boosters will accomplish this goal by instilling a good work ethic in our children, putting service to others before ourselves, providing leadership and prudent management of funds, and supporting our professional music educators and staff in every way possible.
Tony Camacho, President
Gena True, Vice President
Holly Hillman, Treasurer
Wendora Creech, Interim Secretary
Holly Camacho, Interim Dir. of Revenue
Meetings are held the 2nd Monday of every month, beginning June 2022.
Who are the Boosters?
Any parent or guardian who has or had a student involved in the Grant County Band Program is considered a booster. All alumni regardless of the number of years served are considered boosters and all Grant County Band supporters regardless of connection are considered boosters.
The Grant County Band Boosters are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
What do we do?
To lend all possible support, including, but not limited to, moral and financial support, to the Grant County Band Program.
To continually maintain an enthusiastic interest in the various phases of the Grant County Band Program with the students, parents and community.
To lead fundraisers and solicit other forms of funds for the purpose of enabling the band to operate effective and efficiently.
To cooperate with the directors of the Grant County Band Program, the school administrators’, and any program sponsored by the Band to promote the highest possible ideals in music education.
How to get involved?
Attend monthly meetings
Attend band competitions and practices
Volunteer as a chaperone or assist for band functions
Participate in fundraisers
Actively promote the Grant County Band Program to the community