Hello Cambridge High School Marching Band Families!

Our first Ameris Bank Concert is Saturday May 25, 2019! We are in need of 12 volunteers to work the concession stand. Students 16 and older can volunteer with their parent. It is not a requirement, but we will need several who have gone through TEAM Alcohol Training. If you have previous experience working with other organizations at Ameris, we would love for you to volunteer, especially the first concert, since this will be the band's first opportunity. We really want to leave a good impression so Ameris will ask us to come back again next season. If you have any questions please contact Sue Lawton at (770) 363-6151. We are excited for this new fundraising activity and look forward to making it a success together!
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0C4DAAAD29A7FC1-ameris1

Thank you for supporting our children and for helping Mr. Borger and Mrs. Groves! It is truly appreciated!

Yvonne Grzesiak
Cambridge Band Boosters

Good morning band families!

This is a reminder that our Spring Concert (final concert of the year!) is TONIGHT, Friday, May 10 at 7:00pm in the Cambridge Auditorium. Students are to wear their full concert attire (including tall black dress socks for the boys - no ankles showing! - and black dress shoes for everyone).

Concert Band - warm-up at 6:00pm on the stage (arrive around 5:50pm)

Symphonic Band - warm-up at 6:30pm in the orchestra room (arrive around 6:15pm)

Wind Symphony - warm-up at 6:30pm in the band room (arrive around 6:15pm)

All students will stay for all performances - and join us in the lobby for a reception after the concert!

Looking forward to seeing everyone tonight!

Thank you,
Katie Groves & Ryan Borger
Directors, Cambridge Bands

Good afternoon,

This is a reminder of our drop-in Band Registration tomorrow (Tuesday, May 7) from 4:00-7:00pm in the Cambridge Band Room. You can visit www.cambridgeband.org to pre-print forms and review pertinent information prior to registration.

It is important that each student has a parent attend, as this registration will dictate our planning for the marching band program as well as our concert band program. If your student is participating in Marching Band, they must be present to try-on shoes and attire. (If this is not possible, please still have a parent come to registration and know your student’s size for shoes, shirt, and shorts.)

This will be a chance to register for band (concert and marching), review uniform needs, sign up for some volunteer opportunities, reserve your summer instrument rental, meet the directors and booster board members, and get some questions answered you may have regarding band or band camp. Please remember this registration is for EVERY student who has signed up for band on their class schedule, and for COLOR GUARD members.

We will be accepting cash, check, or credit cards for Marching Band Deposits and other items you may need to purchase. We will walk you through all of the material and answer any questions you may have on Tuesday.

Thank you,

Ryan Borger & Katie Groves

Directors, Cambridge Bands

Good Evening and Happy Friday!

The school year is coming to an end and we have a couple of exciting events coming up. As always, we could use some additional help to make these events successful. Please review the below sign ups if you can help.

May 7 Registration Night: Help with different stations to sign up band students for next year

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0C4DAAAD29A7FC1-registration

May 10: Spring Concert: Help with refreshements (both bringing and serving)

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D4DAAAB2EA6F85-refreshments

Thank you for a great year!
Cathy Henegar
VP Parent Directed Activities
Cambridge Band Boosters

Greetings Band Families,

The Music Under the Moon Jazz Night is only a couple of weeks away and the committee has been busy planning for an awesome night of jazz, food and fundraising! We have over 50 amazing baskets for the silent auction this year, including several rounds of golf, a college planning and consulting package, SAT/ACT tutoring and Disney Parkhopper tickets to name a few.

New to Music Under the Moon this year:

Online Tickets - Tickets can be pre-purchased online and you can pick up your event wristbands at the Will Call table at the event. To purchase tickets, please click here: cambridgeband.seatyourself.biz

Reserved Tables - Reserved tables are being offered this year with the convenience of having a table for you and your guests. These tables are $150 and can seat up to 8 guests (event tickets are included in the price). Only 10 tables are available – first come, first serve! To request your reserved table now, please go to this link select the Table ticket option: cambridgeband.seatyourself.biz

Volunteers and Food Donations Needed!

We need a lot of hands to make this event a success and there are plenty of opportunities for Jazz and non-Jazz Band parents and students to help out. If you don’t have a student performing, please consider helping out so that we can accommodate volunteer shifts to allow Jazz parents to volunteer and still be able to watch their students perform. Volunteers will get a wristband upon check in for your shift, which gets you free admission.

We are also still in need of lots of food and beverage donations for the event. Donations can be dropped off in the courtyard between 4:30-6pm on Friday, April 26th. Please make sure any homemade items are clearly labeled with all ingredients. To sign up for a volunteer shift or to donate a food/beverage item, click here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0c4daaad29a7fc1-music1

Remember, all proceeds from this event benefit the ENTIRE band program. Thank you in advance for helping to make this event a success!

We hope you’ll join us at this wonderful, fun-filled night - either as an attendee or a volunteer!

The Music Under the Moon Committee

Good afternoon,

This is a reminder that our 2019-2020 Band Program Information Meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, April 11 at 7:00pm in the Cambridge Auditorium.

This meeting is mandatory for all parents as we will be covering important topics concerning both CONCERT and MARCHING band! (Students are also welcome to attend.) We will provide an overview of the band program, including program offerings, next year's calendar, fees, band registration and associated forms needed.

We will also be voting on next year's Booster Executive Board members!

We look forward to seeing you all Thursday!

Musically yours,
Ryan Borger & Katie Groves
Directors, Cambridge Bands

Good Afternoon,


Music Under the Moon is just over a month away, on Friday, March 26, 7:00-10:00pm. This will be a great night full of music! Please make sure to clear your calendar and invite your friends, family and neighbors.


In order for this to be successful, we need help from you. Even if you will not be able to attend, there are still opportunities to contribute beforehand.


Please review the below sign up and find a way to contribute.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0c4daaad29a7fc1-music1



Thank you and see you there!

Cathy Henegar
VP Parent Directed Activities
Cambridge Band Boosters

Dear Band Parents,

Thank you so much for the great response so far to the sign up for the Ameris Bank Amphitheater volunteer training. The CAA has persuaded the amphitheater folks to add another TEAM alcohol training class at Cambridge on Thursday, April 18 from 6-8 pm. We could still use another 15-20 parents to signup, so please take a look at all the dates to see if one works for you. We are also still in need of another 4-6 folks to do the NPO stand leadership training.

The signup for all amphitheater concession training can be found at https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/20F0C4DAAAD29A7FC1-ameris

Sue Lawton
Cambridge Band Booster Club
President

Please mark your calendars now for our next General Parent Meeting on Thursday, April 11 at 7pm. This is the first Thursday after Spring Break ends. The meeting is a very important one as we will be voting on the slate of candidates for 2019-2020 booster club executive board and presenting information on next year’s band program.

If you missed the general parent meeting last week, our nominating committee presented the following candidates for next year’s board:

President - Sue Lawton (returning)
Secretary - Uyen Kim (returning)
Treasurer - Rob Morgan
Co-Treasurer - Meg Mitchell (returning)
VP Way & Means - Cameron Congleton (returning)
VP Parent Directed Activities - Yvonne Grzesiak
VP Special Events - Karyn Fowler (returning)
VP Communications - Elaine Welch

Thank you to Mr. Borger, Laura Morgan, Kel Guest, & Yvonne Grzesiak (who did resign her position on the nominating committee before accepting her nomination as per our by-laws) for all of your work in putting together this slate!

Sue Lawton
Cambridge Band Booster Club
President

ATTN: URGENT VOLUNTEER NEEDS! Please read below and sign up to help out!

Sign up here for your training session!

https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/20F0C4DAAAD29A7FC1-ameris

See below for further details.

Ameris Bank (formerly Verizon Wireless) Amphitheater Concessions

At our last general meeting in January we announced that the Cambridge Band Boosters will be joining with the CAA to man one of the smaller concession stands at Ameris Bank (formerly Verizon Wireless) Amphitheater during their concert season. We did this for a couple reasons:

We need the money. Except for the July car wash voucher sale, our fundraising efforts for the 2018-2019 school year have fallen short of what was budgeted.

Apart from our current cash flow issues, we have been looking for additional fundraising alternatives that don’t require our students to sell something door to door. We have been aware for some time that the Amphitheater concessions can be a lucrative revenue source, but we knew that our organization was not ready to handle a full concert season. By joining forces with the participating CAA clubs, we only need to work 7-8 concerts instead of a full season.

Volunteer Needs and Training

We will need a core group of 50-60 parent volunteers to make this work to keep folks from having to volunteer for too many shows. Students are able to volunteer, but there needs to be at least a 2:1 ratio of adults (18 years old+)/students.

Our stand is on the upper west side which optimally requires about 12 people per show for. Some of the smaller shows may only require 10 people and some of the larger shows will need 13 or 14 people.

All parent volunteers will need to go through the TEAM alcohol training program that Legends, the amphitheater’s concessions provider, will offer. The class takes about 90 minutes and there is a short written test at the end. Certification is good for 3 years, and anyone who may have successfully completed the training last year does not need to do it again this year.

Tue, March 26: 6pm-8pm at the Amphitheater

Wed, March 27: 6pm-8pm at Cambridge

Sat, March 30: 11am-1pm at the Amphitheater

Additionally, we will need a smaller group of 8-12 parents who are willing to go through NPO training to serve as Cash, Inventory, and Stand Managers & be our consistent go-to people who will lead the rest of our volunteers. At this training, Legends will be discussing roles & responsibilities, reviewing policies & procedures, how things work and why, provide equipment familiarization and go through an event day dry run. Two NPO sessions are currently scheduled at the Catering Room backstage at the Amphitheater:

Thursday, March 28 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Saturday, April 13 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

We request that you sign up ASAP for these training sessions at the following link as we have been asked by the CCA to provide this information to Legends so that they canbe adequately prepared for the correct number of parents who will be attending the training sessions.

https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/20F0C4DAAAD29A7FC1-ameris

Cameron Congleton & I will be meeting with representatives from the participating CAA clubs next week to choose which concerts we will be working. There will be additions as more concert dates are announced by the amphitheater.

As always, we appreciate your volunteer support. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to let me know.

Yours, Sue Lawton President Cambridge Band Boosters

Good morning band parents and students,

At this year’s “Music Under the Moon" event, on April 26th, we are once again featuring a silent auction fundraiser to help raise money for the entire band program. If this fundraiser is successful, some of the money raised will be used to help enhance the band banquet as well.

As part of the silent auction, we would like to have an “Ensemble Basket Competition”. Each ensemble (Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Percussion Ensemble, & Color Guard) was assigned a “theme” in class Friday for their ensemble's basket. The groups will need to work collectively at contributing items that go with their chosen theme. The ensemble(s) with the most student participation will win an Ice Cream Party! …Who doesn’t love that idea and opportunity?!? ;)

Some ideas and each theme assigned are as follows:

Concert Band = “Summer Fun" - towels, sunglasses, beach balls, sunscreen, frisbees, pool/outdoor toys, volleyball net/ ball, slip n slide, gardening items, tickets to summer event, gift cards to Target/ Lowe's/ HomeDepot, Pikes, etc.

Percussion = “Movie Night (In or Out)” - DVDs, movie tickets, popcorn, candy, restaurant/uber eats gift cards, cozy blanket, gift cards to Target, Regal, AMC, Netflix, etc.

Symphonic Band = “Camping/Road trip” - camping gear, sleeping bags, hats, reusable insulated water bottles, sunglasses, sunscreen, bug spray, flashlight, binoculars, snacks, cooler, smore kits, travel games, gas gift cards, etc.

Wind Symphony ="Book Worm" - gift cards to local book stores, new books, kindle/e reader, reading glasses, fuzzy blankets, book marks, floor pillows, reading/book light, etc.

Color Guard = "Coffee & Chocolates" - mugs, insulated travel cup, assorted bags of coffee beans and/or ground coffee, coffee press, coffee flavorings, caramel/mocha drizzle, assorted hot cocoas, assorted chocolate truffles or candies, chocolate stirrers/spoons, biscotti, gift cards to Starbucks, Target, Godiva, etc.

Donations of new items that align with the assigned theme for the ensemble should be sent in the week before Spring Break (3/25-3/29). There will be a donation list in the band room of what's brought in and which ensemble it is for, so please label the item and give it to Mr. Borger or Ms. Groves during said week. If you are sending in gift cards or cash, please send it in an envelope marked "ensemble basket" with which basket and ensemble, then have your student drop it off in the black box in the band room. If cash is sent in, our parent volunteers who will be assembling the baskets will purchase themed items to go in that ensemble's basket.

As a side note, please also include the receipt for any gift cards sent in, and the retail price of any items being donated, as we need to include this important information in our auction listing. We will be keeping a list in the band room of the number of students who have participated from each ensemble as this will be how we determine the winning ensemble(s) (not judged on value of donations, but by numbers of participates). The winner(s) will be the ensemble(s) with 100% participation!!

This fundraiser benefits the entire band program, (not just jazz band or marching band, but everyone!)…So that is why we need everyone’s participation! Let's make these baskets great!

** Donations will be due during the week of 03/25-03/29, BEFORE spring break!!!

Parents-we are also in need of ~35 baskets, larger planters/pots, decorative bins/buckets, and wooden boxes to put silent auction baskets together for the event so please send in any you can part with, ASAP.

We will also need a few more parent volunteers for the event so please be on the lookout for a Music Under the Moon signup genius to be sent soon.

Thank you in advance for your help with this very important fundraiser! Have fun with it and let's see which ensemble(s) will be able to enjoy an Ice Cream Party!!

Thanks! Cindy Harrell & Cameron Congleton

Attend the Cambridge Band Booster Meeting tonight and.......

Help the Cambridge Band earn $500!!

Keith Cumming with our Mattress Fundraiser has agreed to donate $5 per adult in attendance at our meeting tonight UP TO $500!!

We have 177 student members in our band - if 1 parent from each household comes tonight we can meet this goal!!

Keith will be giving a presentation about our upcoming Mattress Sale Fundraiser (happening at Cambridge HS on Saturday, February 9). This fundraiser requires using every parent's help for advertising - and nothing more! Keith will be giving us all the tips and info we need to make this a HUGE success!

Parents,

We shared with the students in class that we are making a change to the calendar and removing an event in the near future. We had a scheduled Concert Camp on Saturday, February 9th and we are going to hold that concert camp as an in-school event for our students with a guest conductor for the day on Wednesday, February 6th. Mr. Josh Roberts, of Whitewater High School and formerly LaGrange College, will be our guest clinician for the day and we will be bringing in some supplemental sectional coaches during the day as well. This is a better fit for our programs this year and will minimize the extra-curricular time for the students while providing many of the same benefits.

So to summarize, Saturday, February 9th is no longer a day of rehearsal for the concert bands.

WE ARE HOLDING OUR MATTRESS FUNDRAISER that Saturday, and hope you will come to the parent meeting this Thursday night at 7:30pm in the band room for some more exciting information about this event. We will need your support in spreading the word about the mattress sale - it's a very minimal-effort fundraiser for our organization if we can get people to come to the event!!

Thanks for your support and understanding regarding the change in calendar. Hope to see you Thursday night for the parent meeting - lots to share and update about the semester happenings!

Ryan Borger & Katie Groves
Cambridge Bands

Good Evening,

We are wrapping up the year selling Santa Hats. We need two volunteers per time slot. The first opportunity will be during lunch the week after Thanksgiving. Then we will sell at 2 concerts, the band and the choral concert. Please review the sign up genius for specific dates and times. The time slots are not very long but there are several during the day.

Please review your calendar and sign up.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0C4DAAAD29A7FC1-sell

Thank you,
Cathy Henegar
VP Parent Directed Activities
Cambridge Band Boosters

Parents & Students,

Welcome to the Blue Sheet - our weekly announcements for Marching Band!!

UPDATE - REHEARSAL ON THURSDAY - 11/1 - CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER

THIS WEEK (10/29)
Thursday - CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER
Friday - Football @ Alpharetta

FRIDAY TIMELINE
3:30 - Change to Under-Uniform
3:45 - Move to Stadium
3:55 - Stretch/Warmup
4:10 - Run Each Movement and Comment/Improve
4:25 - Runthrough Prep for Alpharetta
4:35 - Senior Run-through
4:45 - Load Truck
5:15 - Dinner in Cafeteria
5:45 - Half-uniform and Load Buses for Alpharetta
6:00 - Depart for Alpharetta
* We will perform most of our competition show at Halftime *

JAZZ REHEARSALS STARTED
Our first jazz rehearsals begin this week - and they will continue next Thursday (No school Tuesday due to the election day). Jazz rehearsals have been updated on the band calendar.

PAWS AFTER TOMORROW
Choose a different PAWS or you will be moved to a study hall for Tuesday Marching Band PAWS - that PAWS is now concluded and students will begin to move out of that class VERY SOON. Make a request and get the PAWS you would enjoy!

THANKS AGAIN FOR A TERRIFIC MARCHING BAND SEASON - LET’S ENJOY OUR LAST FRIDAY TOGETHER.

PS - Check out our band dinner at El-Don on Sunday, November 11th!! Great way to support the band and also see your marching band friends - you know you will start to miss each other!!!

Ryan Borger & Katie Groves
Cambridge Bands

Parents & Students,

Welcome to the Blue Sheet - our weekly announcements for Marching Band!!

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ENTIRE BAND ON A WONDERFUL CONTEST SEASON!!! Special congrats to the Guard and Drumline for their recognition as BEST IN CLASS at the Sprayberry Competition!! We couldn’t make these opportunities happen without all of the amazing volunteers that make the Cambridge Bands work - so if you have ever served a meal, helped with a uniform, moved equipment, chaperoned a trip, been one of our heroic nurses, assembled a prop, built some needed equipment, WE THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH!!!

** Only event this week is a performance for the football team at 3:45 tomorrow - please wear/bring your show shirt to wear for this performance - any shorts/sweats/pants is fine. Weather is supposed to be perfect - sunny and 70 for the performance.

THIS WEEK (10/22)
Monday - Nothing (change)
Tuesday - PAWS-5:30 Stadium/Bandroom (change)
* we will perform for the football team at 3:45 in the stadium - please bring your show shirt to wear for this performance *
Thursday - Nothing
Friday - Nothing - BYE WEEK

NEXT WEEK (10/29)
Thursday - 4-6:30 Stadium (after football team)
Friday - Football @ Alpharetta

JAZZ RESULTS
Jazz Audition results have been posted, congratulations to our jazz band members - both bands will be amazing!!! The band calendar is updated with their rehearsal schedule - please check that out and make plans for the rehearsals and performances.

PAWS AFTER TOMORROW
Our jazz schedule operates in the PAWS classes moving forward. If you are in a jazz band, your PAWS will reflect that by next week. If you will not be in jazz on Tuesday - you need to go to cambridgehs.org and request a NEW PAWS class for Tuesday by the end of the week. Otherwise, you will eventually be moved into a study hall. Thanks for looking into your PAWS options and making an official request online.

THANKS AGAIN FOR A TERRIFIC MARCHING BAND SEASON - I’M SO GLAD TO BE A CAMBRIDGE BEAR!!!

Ryan Borger & Katie Groves
Cambridge Bands

Greetings Band Parents,

This year, the Cambridge Performing Arts department is hosting a Halloween social ("Boo Bash") for all members in band, chorus, orchestra/guitar, and theater! It will be Tuesday, October 30th from 4:30-7:30 at the North Park Pavilion. Pizza and drinks will be provided, and we are asking each student attendee to donate one bag of chips/pretzels or one package of cookies/brownies to share.

There will be a costume contest with prizes in several categories! Students wishing to dress up should be conscious of their attire and wear appropriate costumes. There will also be games, music, and a TRUNK-OR-TREAT!!

We need some parent assistance with the TRUNK-OR-TREAT - we need 3 volunteers who are able to attend the event and distribute candy, and we need donations of fun-sized candy. If you are able to help, please use this sign-up genius link:
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080D4AA5A929A4FF2-boobash

Your students have been sent a link to RSVP if they are attending - RSVPs are due by Wednesday so we can have an accurate headcount for pizza!

We are looking forward to providing this social opportunity for our students to bond, make new friends, celebrate accomplishments, and have a little FUN!

Thank you, Mrs. Groves & Mr. Borger

Hi, there...

We're looking forward to celebrating our Seniors tomorrow night at our Performance Dinner and at the Pregame! Our menu will be as follows:

Senior Dinner:
 Vodka A La Penne with Chicken
 Baked Ziti
 Caesar Salad
 Bread
 Cake

Non-Senior Dinner:
 Pizza (Cheese and Pepperoni)
 Salad
 Grapes
 Cheesecake Bites

If your child prefers something else, feel free to drop it off for them at 4:30 in the cafeteria.

Dinner volunteers should plan on meeting in the cafeteria at 4:15.

Saturday's Pre-Competition Meal will be as follows:
 Chick fil A Sandwiches
 Veggie Wraps
 Chips
 Apples
 Rice Krispie Treats

Lunch volunteers should plan on meeting in the cafeteria at 1:50.

Go Bears!
Uyen Kim and Rachel Marshall

Good Afternoon,
This Friday is our last home game and it's also Senior Night. This is a time to celebrate our seniors and give their parents a break from volunteering, so they can just enjoy the night. With that said we need help with equipment, concessions and football programs.


Please see the sign ups below.
Equipment: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D4DAAAB2EA6F85-chsfootball
Concessions: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D4DAAAB2EA6F85-concession
Football Programs: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D4DAAAB2EA6F85-sell


Additionally, Saturday is our last competition at Sprayberry High School. We still need help with this as well. Please note if you sign up for equipment you do not have to ride the bus (although you are welcome to) but you do need to be at the high school to help unload and then to help us on/off the field. You can review this sign up below.
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0C4DAAAD29A7FC1-stpius

Thank you all for being so willing to jump in and help wherever needed. We could not successfully participate and attend all games and events without each parents' help … so again, thank you!

Cathy Henegar
VP Parent Directed Activities
Cambridge High School

Parents & Students,

Welcome to the Blue Sheet - our weekly announcements for Marching Band!!

THIS WEEK (10/15)

Monday - 3:45-5:30 Music Rehearsal
Tuesday - PAWS-5:30 Stadium
Thursday - 4-6:30 Parking Lot
Friday - Football vs. Pope (Senior Night - see below)
Saturday - Sprayberry Contest (see below)

NEXT WEEK (10/22)

Monday - Nothing (change)
Tuesday - PAWS-5:30 Stadium/Bandroom (change)
Thursday - Nothing
Friday - Nothing - BYE WEEK

FOLLOWING WEEK (10/29)

Thursday - 4-6:30 Stadium (after football team)
Friday - Football @ Alpharetta

SENIOR NIGHT

Next Friday is our senior recognition night. We will march to the stadium a bit early to recognize all of our seniors during pregame. The band will play the Alma Mater and Star Spangled Banner from the stands on Senior Night (and dedicate the Alma Mater to our seniors). Seniors and parents of seniors remember I need the senior script form returned and we will meet you on the track at 6:30PM. Very excited - but also a bit stunned it’s already time to recognize our seniors! Thanks for one last week of four amazing years!!!

FRIDAY TIMELINE


3:30 - Change into under-uniform
3:45 - Report to Sections
4:15 - Juniors report to Cafeteria for dinner
- Rest report to band room
4:30 - Underclassmen dismissed to dinner
4:40 - Seniors dismissed to auditorium lobby for senior dinner
5:45 - Half-uniform
6:00 - Courtyard
6:25 - March to Stadium
6:45 - Band Senior Recognition

SPRAYBERRY CONTEST

This is a long-standing competition in Georgia - always has a great reputation and is well-attended. We are excited for this FINAL competition experience for our students. Below is a preliminary timeline - this may yet be slightly adjusted and is just a preliminary schedule.
11:30 AM - Rehearsal
1:30 PM - Load Truck
2:15 - Late Lunch served at Cambridge (provided)
3:15 - Depart for Sprayberry
5:15 - Warmup
6:15 - PERFORMANCE
7:00 - Time to visit concessions ($$)
8:30 - Awards
10:00 - Return to Cambridge

JAZZ AUDITIONS

If you are interested in auditioning for jazz bands at Cambridge - the audition material has been available for weeks - but we will be holding the auditions on Tuesday and Wednesday during classes. Hope to listen to many of your auditions!! Thanks and good luck!!

UPCOMING WEEKS

Our calendar has been updated to reflect one small change. We are going to have only one rehearsal each of the last two weeks of the season. One on Tuesday, October 23rd and one on Thursday, November 1st. We have a bye-week Friday, October 26th - and our final football game is at Alpharetta on November 2nd. Thanks for taking note of these updates to our final weeks of marching band!

CONTINUE TO COMMUNICATE

As an additional reminder - we have created a google form for the notification of absences. We know we are missing a few students this weekend due to the calendar change. Please use the following form for all absences moving forward: https://goo.gl/forms/354jJYA2kWu8SN7E3

Ryan Borger & Katie Groves
Cambridge Bands