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Drumming up support: John Tyler band to hold March-A-Thon fundraiser

John Tyler Big Blue Band is planning its second March-A-Thon fundraiser. John Tyler Big Blue Band is planning its second March-A-Thon fundraiser.
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John Tyler High School Big Blue Band will perform their second annual March-A-Thon fundraiser on Saturday. The band will march through neighborhood streets, stopping at homes to perform lawn concerts.


For a $100 pledge the band will perform three songs, for $75, two songs, and for $50, one.

There are three parade routes. The first leg is in the Pine Brook addition behind John Tyler High School and will travel down Brazos Boulevard, Trinity Drive and Neches Drive. The second leg will travel down Silver Creek Drive, Pine Haven Road, Club Lake Drive, Fair Lawn Drive and Orr Drive. The third leg includes Wolford Avenue, Cecil Avenue, Breckenridge Street, Northridge Drive and 29th Street.

For information or to make a donation, contact band director Larry D. Wade, Jr., or assistant director Dale L. Faulks at (903) 262-2887 or email larry.wade@tylerisd.org or dale.faulks@tylerisd.org.

Checks should be made payable to John Tyler Band Parent Organization - a nonprofit group that oversees funding band ventures, providing water and supplies at performances, and other things.

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