Booster Club poinsettia sale was a success

Editor,

Thanks to you, we are growing musicians one poinsettia at a time.

Thanks to our generous community and some very motivated students, the annual South Whidbey High School Performing Arts Band Booster Club Poinsettia sale was a resounding success.

This year we sold 1,300 poinsettia plants and netted approximately $8,500.00.

Proceeds from the sale help defray costs for students to participate in the wonderful trips and concerts organized by our incredible high school band and choir programs.

Kate McVay

South Whidbey High School Performing Arts Booster Club

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