FALLBROOK – The deadline is nearing closer and closer for the Marching Warriors; March 20 is the final day that they can submit their final payment to the Historic Committee for their exciting trip to Hawaii during Memorial Day weekend of this year.
As of February, they’ve raised 60% of their projected budget to support 37 students on this once-in-a-lifetime trip to Hawaii. This was made possible by the dedicated band and color guard parents, and the generous support of Fallbrook’s local organizations and its wonderful citizens.
In just a month, the Fallbrook Marching Warriors must make their final payment for 37 out of 66 students to march along Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki and pay homage to the fallen at Pearl Harbor. However, $35,000 is still a lot of money to raise in just 30 days in order to complete their mission.
The Fallbrook Band Boosters are continuing their efforts to raise the much-needed funds by holding numerous exciting fundraising events and activities.
Everyone can help the Fallbrook Marching Warriors reach their goal by participating in their upcoming fundraisers, such as dinners, a shoe drive and a painting event or purchasing products from their online store by visiting http://www.fhswarriormusic.org.
The band is grateful for generous contributions and unwavering support from the Fallbrook VFW, the Fallbrook Masonic Lodge, the Rotary Club of Fallbrook, Oceanside DAV and Fallbrook’s very own, Bill O’Connor as well as B. Liven Art.
Submitted by Fallbrook Marching Warriors.