SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT- Donor Inserts at Music Events
Every year, we print donor inserts that get put into the music programs for all school music events. In those inserts, we list our supporters (unless requested as anonymous) based on the level of the donation we received from the donor. Typically, we update this 2 times every year. We make every effort to ensure that each insert reflects all of our donors at the time that it is printed. For logistical reasons, we need to print these inserts in large batches, so if your donation arrived after the date indicated on the insert, you would not be listed.
Click here to view the most current insert that should be in the music programs at upcoming concerts (the current insert only includes donations that were entered into our database as of 1/28/2014)
We have also implemented an online version of our donor list that is more up-to-date than the printed insert. If you think your name should be on the list and it isn't, please let us know and be patient with us while we go back through our records to ensure you are on the list.
We appreciate the continued support from all of our community members.
CAR WASH FUNDRAISER 2013 WAS A HUGE SUCCESS
The Iowa City Music Auxiliary would like to thank everyone in the entire Iowa City, North Liberty and Coralville area that came out to support the Iowa City Music Auxiliary at our annual car wash on Saturday, October 12, 2013.
The car wash is our only fundraising event of the year. Together with the help of the districts performance directors, countless parents and students we spent the day washing cars at 6 locations throughout the entire community.
We’d like to thank all who participated in supporting the Music Auxiliary and the performance music programs, especially the businesses that hosted the event; HyVee Food Stores in Iowa City on North Dodge and 1st Avenue; Sherwin-Williams on Highway 6 East in Iowa City; Two Rivers Bank and Trust in Coralville; and The University of Iowa Community Credit Unions on Mormon Trek Blvd. and West Penn St. in North Liberty. Their support contributes to the wonderful performance music programs we have in our schools.
Formed in 1934, the Iowa City Music Auxiliary (ICMA) is a voluntary parent organization dedicated to the support and enrichment of all performance music programs in the Iowa City Community School District from elementary through high school. In the words of one of the district's Music Directors, the ICMA “touches the lives of every single Band, Choir, and Orchestra student in the district” by funding technology in the classroom, transportation costs to events and enrichment activities.