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B&O Boosters Meetings Join us at the next Boosters meeting and let your voice be heard. Our 2023/2024 meetings will be held monthly on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. Join our meetings on ZOOM: Cick HERE passcode: tFt7uw
Meeting Minutes Archive Click HEREfor 2021-22 Minutes Click HERE for 2020-21 Minutes
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2023-2024 ROHSBOB Board President: Laura Young Vice President: Kristine Brezenski Secretary: Becki Waters Treasurer: Steve Harris Communications Coordinator: Paul Aiuto Fundraising Coordinators: Deb Navin & Jenni Beljak
Band Director: Dave Jensen Orchestra Director: Albin Rose MB Director: Kyrstin Jensen
Committee Chairs (listed in order from August-May) Marching Band Camp: Kristine Brezenski
Marching Band Camp Food: Natricia Scheel & OPEN Marching Band Uniforms: Joni Say Gan & OPEN Spirit Wear: Kristine Brezenski & OPEN MB Game Day — Roadies:
Keith McDonough & Steve Barteld, & Kate Dukhan
MB Game Day — Food/Crowd Control:
Kristine Brezenski & Laura Wicke Family Tailgates: Bonnie McDonough & Kim Oprins Marching Band Golf Outing:OPEN MB Glow Show: Georgette Harris & Sara Garcia Jingle Bell Jazz: Victoria Wisniewski & Kate Dukhan B&O Awards Open House: Elaine Jirkans & Bridget Nelson
Who is ROHSBOB?
Royal Oak High School Band & Orchestra Boosters (ROHSBOB) is a volunteer group that works to support the Royal Oak High School Band and Orchestra programs. As a parent of a marching band, orchestra, band, or jazz student, YOU are automatically a member of ROHSBOB. The Boosters strive to provide the necessary funding and volunteers to keep our music programs running. We are the roadies, the drivers, the uniform organizers, the food preparers and servers, the chaperones, the advertisers, and the cheering section… and we need YOU!
To support the instrumental music departments’ professional staff in maintaining an instrumental music program that is educational, provides skills in performance and be a source of pride for the students, the Royal Oak Schools and the Royal Oak community.
Click HEREfor the proposed revised bylaws (revised 5/1/2022).