The Rappahannock County High School Band Boosters want to extend our heartfelt appreciation and thanks to everyone who helped make our annual Coffee House on May 8 a great success. Most especially, we’d like to thank the local musicians who generously donated their time and talents to our event: Ace$trings, the Gold Top County Ramblers, Bobby “G” & Friends and Ben Mason.
We would like to thank our underwriters for their support: Fauquier Hardwoods, Green Mountain Horticulture, Lilac Farm Interior Design, Jan Makela/BH&G Real Estate III, the Rappahannock Lions, Triple Oak Bakery and Cheri & Martin Woodard Realtors. We would also like to thank the following Rappahannock businesses for donating items to our raffle: the Castleton Festival, Flourish Root, The Hair Gallery, The Inn at Little Washington, Original Artwork by Dabney Kirchman, Scott Schlosser & the RCHS woodworking class, Spirit Trail Fiberworks, the Thornton River Grille and Williams Tree and Landscaping.
We are grateful also to the following local businesses for their donations: Applebee’s, AutoZone, Buffalo Wild Wings, Chili’s, Culpeper Domino’s Pizza, Culpeper IHOP, Dunkin’ Donuts, El Agave Mexican restaurant, Fire House Subs, Little Caesar’s Pizza, Longhorn Steakhouse and Poncho Villa Mexican Grill.
We are thankful for our wonderful band director, Jason Guira, who works tirelessly for our students and our program, and his wife, Rebekah, for her generous support and assistance; to the RCHS school administration and school board, whose support of our program, dedication and hard work create a wonderful educational environment for our students and an excellent foundation for their future success; and to all of our the RCHS Band families, who endlessly donate their time and resources to help make our music program a success for all of our young, aspiring musicians. Thanks to all for a wonderful evening. We’re looking forward to next year already!
Jennifer Tepper Heverly, president
RCHS Band Boosters