Educational Institutions

Loveland High School Band Boosters

  • Loveland, CO
  • www.lovelandband.org

Mission Statement

“We proudly unite as members of the Loveland High School Band, and commit ourselves to uphold the highest standards of distinction while passionately striving to further our goals through pride in tradition and excellence through dedication."

Main Programs

  1. Loveland High School Bands
Service Areas

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Arkansas

Welcome to the Loveland High School Band Boosters organization. We are located in the Thompson School District in Loveland, Colorado. Our program website, www.lovelandband.org, is designed to provide information to band members and their parents as well as to strengthen the band community. The page has staff and contact information as well as an overview of the band program.

ruling year

1997

President since 2011

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Mr. Steven Foss

Co-President since 2017

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Mr. Bob Frisch

Keywords

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Music Education

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EIN

84-1394829

 Number

2981784103

Physical Address

920 W. 29th St.

Loveland, AR 80538

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Secondary/High School (B25)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

Programs + Results

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Programs

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Program 1

Loveland High School Bands

The program consists of three large concert ensembles, the Crimson Regiment, jazz ensembles, chamber ensembles, percussion ensembles, and winter guards. This page will be used to share class information as well create a place for supporters to communicate.

Category

Education

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Budget

Service Areas

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Arkansas

Welcome to the Loveland High School Band Boosters organization. We are located in the Thompson School District in Loveland, Colorado. Our program website, www.lovelandband.org, is designed to provide information to band members and their parents as well as to strengthen the band community. The page has staff and contact information as well as an overview of the band program.

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LOVELAND HIGH SCHOOL BAND BOOSTERS
Fiscal year: Jun 01-May 31

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Operations

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Loveland High School Band Boosters

Leadership

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President

Mr. Steven Foss

Co-President

Mr. Bob Frisch

BIO

Provide leadership for bringing additional funds and volunteering support to the band during marching season, in addition to ensuring further excellence of the Winter Guard and symphonic bands during competitions in those seasons.

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Mr. Steven Foss

Loveland High School Band Boosters

Term: Nov 2011 -

BOARD LEADERSHIP PRACTICES

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