The George Mason High School Band and Chorus students who are competing in Myrtle Beach in April are looking to cover their trip expenses by doing odd jobs in the community through the M*U*S*I*C Days program.
This fall, in the M*U*S*I*C (Many Useful Students In (our) Community) Days program, Mason music students are looking earn money through yard work, babysitting, music lessons, and other tasks.
Students are setting aside seven weekends, starting this weekend and running through Dec. 14, to work in the community for donations toward their trip. Additional work days may be available, if requested.
Contact parent volunteer Carol Sly at [email protected] or 703-538-6272 for more information.