The Carthage Central Fine Arts Booster Club was established on February
15th, 2012 by a group of parents and educators who believe strongly in the
importance of a Fine Arts education encompassing visual arts, theater and
The mission of the club is to help promote and support all Fine Arts
programs that enrich our students’ lives and to celebrate their
accomplishments. Additionally, we strive to build and maintain a scholarship fund that allows our organization to award scholarships to qualified graduating seniors. It is our belief that this booster club will play a vital role
in helping to support and sustain Fine Arts programs now and in the future.
We strongly believe that an academic program rich in Fine Arts allows all students to succeed academically as well as become more well-rounded citizens. This article outlines the benefits of a Fine Arts education. > New NEA Research Report Shows Potential Benefits of Arts Education for At-Risk Youth
Why become a FAB member?
Most importantly, being involved in the Fine Arts Booster Club provides a
wonderful way for you to experience with your student the powerful benefits of
a Fine Arts education. Whether it is witnessing the dedication, exhausting
hours, team effort, and camaraderie that occurs between the students, faculty,
staff and volunteer family members to pull off a Broadway level theater
production; or helping to setup and serve refreshments for Fine Arts nights
where the students’ and teachers’ artistic achievements can be displayed,
admired, and rewarded; to promoting upcoming band concerts and special events
that entertain not only the parents but our community from the young to the
young at heart; as well as participating in the fun and rewarding fundraising
activities … the impact is immeasurable and the memories last a lifetime.
How to become a member
Check out our Membership page on the left for details on how to join and
volunteer and why it's important to become a member.
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