Items Sought for SMHS Music Fundraiser

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Band and choir students will cook breakfast for the community this weekend.

The second-annual breakfast and flea market, sponsored by the St. Maries Music Boosters, if from 7 a.m. to noon May 10 at the Walker Building at the Benewah Community Fairgrounds.

Shelby Holder, Conner Silflow, Hunter Megee and Dawson Marunde are band students at St. Maries High School. The St. Maries Music Boosters Club will serve breakfast and have a flea marker May 10 to help raise money to support music students, both band and choir.

Shelby Holder, Conner Silflow, Hunter Megee and Dawson Marunde are band students at St. Maries High School. The St. Maries Music Boosters Club will serve breakfast and have a flea marker May 10 to help raise money to support music students, both band and choir.

Donations are needed for the flea market. If you have something you don’t need anymore, consider donating it to the St. Maries Music Boosters. Items that are welcome include gently used knick knacks, toys, games, kitchen items, furniture and more.

The breakfast menu the day of the sale includes pancakes, biscuits and gravy, ham, sausage, eggs, coffee, milk and orange mice. The cost is $5 per person and $3 for children 12 and younger.

“The first year we raised just over $1,000,” Mike Noyes said. Mr. Noyes teaches band and choir at St. Maries Middle and High Schools. “The breakfast is good, and we will have some great items as well.”

Money will help pay for uniforms, instruments and helps pay for travel to music activities.

To donate an item, call Mr. Noyes at 582-1427 or Calandra Loe at 245-6976.

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