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Flea Market and Craft Fair

Join the HCHS Bands on campus for a multifaceted Spring Clean Up. This even will be held on the back side of the high school campus.

Yard Sale - Donate your gently used household items and clothing to be sold. Unsold items will be donated to charity.

Old Instrument Drive - Donate old instruments to the HCHS Bands for use, receive a breakfast biscuit and coffee (while supplies last).

Craft Fair/Flea Market - Sell your own homemade goods or household items. Rent a 10'x10' space for $15 and keep your profit. Set up and be ready by 7 a.m., pay your $15 at 9 a.m.

Band Goods for Sale - Shop a variety of music, percussion instruments, miscellaneous items, flags, costumes, and band apparel.

Calling All Donations!

Thursday, April 28th, 2016

We will be collecting donations all day Friday for our yard sale. We have a musical rehearsal in the band room but can take donations during that time, it ends at 6 p.m. and Mrs. Carlsen will be staying all night to set up, so you can even make drop offs late in the evening on Friday or Saturday morning.

Please help by talking up the event and sharing the fliers and media! Thanks!

MC




call for volunteers

Thursday, April 28th, 2016

If interested in volunteering for this event, please contact Mrs. Bailey. This awesome event for our local first responders has been organized by HcHS students through the Chick-Fil-A Leadership Academy. We are thankful for first responders and their willingness to put themselves on the line for the safety and protection of our community.

MC

Begin forwarded message:

From: bailey-tammy <bailey-tammy>
Date: April 28, 2016 at 5:21:24 AM
Subject: call for volunteers

For the most part, we have finalized everything for our Public Safety Appreciation Day on May 7! The way Chick Fil A Leader Academy is organized is that the members learn about leadership skills all year, and then use what they have learned, to lead others in the school with a final project. We want other students to be involved! That is the whole premise–IMPACT THROUGH ACTION!

Below are the things we have planned for the day. If your club is not yet involved, and would like to be, let me know. We want volunteers, even if the whole club can’t be there. If you know of kids who want to be involved and just haven’t found a way, send them our way! We want to teach as many kids as we can about servant leadership, one of our core leader values.

The event is FREE for the all members of the HC fire departments, law enforcement, EMT’s, and 911 operators.
Food: hot dogs, Chick Fil A sandwiches, chips, drinks, sno cones, and pop corn–we need people for these stations

Activities: we will need people for these stations
bouncy house
dunkin booth
crazy hair
Corn hole
football toss
basketball toss
tic tac toe
lawn bowling
horseshoes
ring toss
Plinko
Frisbee toss
Fishing for prizes
skee ball
kids putting green
musical chairs
cake walk
video game station
fingerprinting station




Saturday Help

Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

Good morning!!

If any of you would like to come out and help on Saturday’s Spring Clean Up: Yard Sale and Craft Fair, the more the merrier! I have a handful of students (listed below signed up to help). They or you may sign up in 2 hour shifts or work the day. I’d love to encourage you to come set up your own tent, it’s $15 and we will collect the payment at 9 a.m. Set up may start at 6 a.m.

We will be selling biscuits and coffee, band apparel, items needing removal from our inventory (flags – like the famous biohazard and blood cell flags), old costumes and uniform parts, hats, some hi-hats, the drums from our Metamorphosis show, etc.). So if you can’t commit to working and don’t wish to sell, stop by for breakfast!

We are accepting yard sale donations now. You may drop them off before 5 today, before 3:30 tomorrow, all day Friday and on Saturday morning.

We are also collecting old instruments. We will provide a biscuit and coffee (while supplies last) to those who bring us old neglected instruments. We will have them assessed for use by students, for parts, for trade on repair bills, or scrapped for payment from a special company that will pay us for them.

We’d love to get more people signed up. If you are unable to work, please be sure to share our flier, Facebook invite, and info to all of your friends and family! Hope to see you Saturday! The weather is supposed to be beautiful.

12 p.m. – 2 p.m. Shift – Erica Owens, Lakeira Nelson

All Day Workers – Hugh Beiter, Destiny Stanford, Eric Owens, Robert Bayer, Elizabeth Wenzel, Natalie Hobbs, Aiden Gann, Layla Husk

Student Tent Renters – Brittany Mersfelder, Garrett Kennedy, Grace Burgos

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