Concert to raise funds for WMHS student group


On June 20 a group of five high-school students from Wilson Memorial High School will be going on trip to Spain. Barcelona or Bust is a concert being held Friday night at 7 p.m. in what is known as the school’s old gym as a fundraiser for the trip.

The cost will be $5 per person for attendance and can be purchased at the door. The will be food, drinks, and lots of dancing.

The bands scheduled to play are Good Will Thrifty, Voyage, Paradox, Los Maestros, and Scruffy Murphy. All of these groups are either student bands or teacher bands. The event is sure to be the greatest rock concert Wilson has ever seen! Come if you want to support the students and teachers participating. It’s sure to be a fun night.

For more information on Scruffy Murphy, visit http://scruffymurphyband.com/About_Scruffy.htm.

For more information on the event, visit www.augusta.k12.va.us/wilsonmemorialhs/site/default.asp.

Story by Suzi Foltz


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