After numerous fund raisers and tremendous community support.. they hit their new goal of 36-thousand.
"To be singing in Carnegie Hall is just absolutely one of the best opportunities to have as a singer, performer, or in general," says choir member Isabella Jackson, a junior at the school.The students have to pay for their own meals, unless they raise enough money through two more fund raisers.They're holding a car wash and bake sale tomorrow morning at Doyle's Florist on Langhorne Road.And Monday evening, McDonald's is pitching in. Details are below:SATURDAY (MARCH 23) CAR WASH, COOKIES AND CUPCAKES FOR CARNEGIE! Chamber Choir fundraiser to support trip to sing at Carnegie Hall, 9 a.m. to noon, Doyle's Florist-Car Wash/Bake Sale, 10 percent of profit from the sales from the Doyle's coffee shop during the Car Wash/Bake Sale will be donated to the Chamber ChoirMONDAY (MARCH 25)
Chamber Choir fundraiser to support trip to sing at Carnegie Hall, 5-7:30 p.m., McDonald's Night, Old Forest Road McDonald's, 10 percent of profits from sales will be donated to the Chamber Choir