Lamar Consolidated High School Band’s dream to perform at the renowned Carnegie Hall on April 7 in New York City is coming to reality with the aid of community leaders in the Richmond Rotary Club.
With 150 students and 20 sponsors participating in this event, The Richmond Rotary Club has sponsored a band student to make the trip. The trip includes a performance at the Statute of Liberty, the opportunity to see a live musical on famed Broadway, and the opportunity to represent our community on one of the world’s most famous concert halls. The school trip has an estimated cost of $220,000.
Their upcoming 13th Annual “Cowboys in the Caribbean Fish Fry” is scheduled for Saturday, April 7 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at The George Ranch Historical Park. Over 800 guests attend the fun-filled family event.
Laura Reynolds from 610 Radio will be the Emcee for the evening. A live performance by Donna B, a native Texan, will be performing various modern to traditional country music songs. Following her performance will be DJ Amesy playing many favorite tunes to end the night. A kid zone arena coordinated by Foster and Lamar Interact Clubs will include a variety of children’s activities to include Best Buy staff members bringing Wii games, and a special appearance by the Easter Bunny. Bring your children and have pictures taken with the Easter Bunny.
A delicious fish fry dinner, along with all the trimmings will also be included with your ticket purchase. Live and silent auctions will be held to generate funds to support Richmond Rotary’s local community and international projects and area school scholarships.
Individual tickets are $15 and children 12 and under are $10 each. For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Rotarian Jess Stuart at (281) 941-3638, email@example.com. Visit our website at www.RotaryRichmond.org for more details.