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Welcome to NHS Friends of Music!

NHS Friends of Music, Inc. (FOM) is a non-profit organization in Needham, Massachusetts that supports all music programs at Needham High School and fosters community among students, parents and music faculty.  Our support includes the FOM Bob Ayoub Instrument Fund, educational grants for students and travel assistance to music program opportunities, funds for uniforms and tuxedos, and hosting annual social events for the entire NHS music community. We strive to inspire students’ passion for music and to help maintain the excellence of the NHS music programs.

 

NHS FOM Officer Positions 2014-15

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The following board positions are open for 2014-15 school year. These are crucial roles to the success of the organization.

Treasurer: Responsible for accounting of all cash flow, developing the annual budget and filing taxes.

Corresponding Secretary: Keeps the FOM membership informed through the monthly newsletter and emails (using Constant Contact). Responsible for updating the membership database annually. Updates the website and can include social media.

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Last Updated on Monday, 09 June 2014 17:44
 

SAMD Spectacular 2! - Fundraiser Event

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HausOfMimosaThe Haus of Mimosa Presents...
Anita and Gina Marie's SAMD Spectacular 2!

Friday, Oct. 24, 2014
7:30-10:30pm
Pollard Auditorium
Tickets: $20 for adults
             $10 for children/students/senior citizens

TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR!  Doors open at 7:15pm.  Cash or Check Only.

Anita and Gina Marie heard of the fabulously talented and dedicated students of SAMD and wanted to help them raise funds for their charity. The ladies are traveling from Astoria Queens, NY to host and perform along side the members of SAMD in a not to be missed variety show.

"...two gossiping gals with Long Island drawls who coffee talk their way into side splitting numbers." -The NY Daily News

Last Updated on Friday, 24 October 2014 14:26