Winter weather hurts school fundraisers

A local show choir planned to have new uniforms in time for spring competitions, but those plans were delayed after the brutal winter hurt fundraising efforts.

A recordbreaking winter has caused problems for local school programs that count on money from ticket sales and fundraisers to pay for contest entry fees and group trips.

High school choir groups take to the stage every spring in Indiana State School Music Association state finals, one after the other, most wearing tuxedos or intricate dresses. Indian Creek will compete at the event wearing polo shirts and dress pants.

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