2018 Date TBD
Calling all Band Families - the Drumline needs your help and support.
The Drumline students started holding a yard sale many years ago to raise money themselves to help replace their equipment. The first year, the students had great success and decided to make the yard sale an annual tradition.
This student-run fundraiser is organized by Drumline members with help from band families.
Some common questions are answered below. For more information and to sign up to help, please follow this link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0844a9af292-drumlineguard.
How can you help?
By donating your spring cleaning items!
Members of the Drumline will come to your house and pick up your items or you can deliver them to OHS early on the morning of the yard sale. Any items left at the end of the sale are donated to charity. You get a receipt for tax purposes. Contact Michelle Madigan at email@example.com or Catherine Faust at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a donation.
What items do you accept?
We accept anything you are willing to give, that is still in a fine condition.
What happens to the items you don't sell?
All the items we don't sell go to a charity. We are always happy to work with different charities, so if you have a charity you would like us to donate to please let us know.
Do we need to sort our items before hand?
No, we have many families in the band and tend to receive similar items, so we are happy to sort them for you.
Where is the yard sale held? The yard sale will be held at Oakton High School in the spring.
Do you offer pick up for my items?
If you can deliver the items to Oakton early on the morning of the sale, that would be great, but we can also arrange to pick up the items from your house in advance.
What is the last day for items to be given?
We will always take items the morning of the sale if you deliver them, but if you would like a pick up, the last day is the afternoon before the yard sale.