Monday, December 6, 2010

Uniform washing

First of all, let me congratulate your children on a job well done on a cold December day at the Christmas parade. They looked good, played good, and did what they were supposed to when they were supposed to do it. I can't ask for anything more. A special props to the Guard for making up their OWN routine for this parade. Awesome!

Now the uniforms need washed. Yeah, they stink. If you would be willing to take a uniform or 2 home to wash, it would make it a lot easier than 5 or 6 parents taking 10 uniforms home. It is really easy - you take the white sash in the middle of the uniform off, put the rest of the uniform in the washer with COLD water, detergent with NO bleach, and no fabric softener, and hang to dry. And the guantlets have to be hand washed while keeping the velcro dry. I have copies of the company's washing instructions in the band room if you want more detailed instructions. I, and the students, would greatly appreciate your help in this!

P.S. Everyone is invited to the Winter Band and Chorus Concert Tuesday, Dec. 7 at 7 pm - free admission.

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