Buy a flock, help HHS Performers

By Staff
If you've seen a suspicious flock of flamingos in Hartselle recently, you're seeing the results of a unique fundraising idea from the Hartselle High School Performers.
HHS Performers are raising money to pay for a New York concert tour this spring. The trip costs each child and parent about $1,250.
As one of its fundraisers, the Performers are putting a flock (usually about 15 or so) of flamingos, along with a sign, in the yard of an unsuspecting person. A note is left so the person knows who to contact for flock removal. For $15 the flock will be picked up and relocated to the yard of their choice. For an additional $10, the person can purchase flock insurance to avoid being made into a temporary flamingo habitat again. For $25, you can purchase permanent flock insurance.
There are currently three flocks moving throughout the city.
Information about the fundraiser can be found on the group's website, www.hartsellechorus.org. The website also has the group's calendar of events and booster club information.

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