Harrison Band Parents Association to Host 4th Annual Savor The Flavor

A variety of local restaurants and the Harrison Band Parents Association have united for a fourth year to host Savor the Flavor, a fundraiser to benefit the Harrison High School marching band and performing arts programs, from
7-10 p.m. on Saturday March 15, 2014 at Reid Castle on the campus of Manhattanville College in Purchase.

An evening of great food and music, guests will enjoy appetizers, entrees and desserts at individual food stations while Reid Castle is filled with the sounds of students showcasing both their individual and collective talents. A silent auction will feature another way to support the event.

“This is an opportunity for the public to see and hear our high school musicians performing music in groups and solos from genres include music from a broad spectrum of classical, jazz, and popular genres,” says Charles Briem, Harrison High School Band Director.

Proceeds for Savor the Flavor will help underwrite costs and provide scholarships for the performing arts trip and performance for the 2014-2015 school year.  Annual trips include the 50th anniversary ceremonies for the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii in2012and an upcoming appearance a featured parade at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida in April 2014.

The Harrison High School Band Parents Association is a not for profit organization whose mission is to advocate for the students in the Harrison High School Band and to support the teachers and staff in an effort to ensure successful productions and events.

Event tickets are $50 in advance/$60 at door.  For more information, contact Kristine Camillone at 914-441-7864 or visit the Harrison Band Parents Association website at hhsbpa.coffeecup.com.

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