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Arroyo Interact will be having a fundraiser this Saturday, February 24th, at Color Me Mine!


Color Me Mine is an art studio located at Alameda South Shore where customers paint ceramic pieces to take home. The studio fee is $10, and another fee is paid if they decide to take the piece home.


For every person who attends the fundraiser, the studio will donate $5 to Arroyo Interact's project which aims to provide resources for marginalized communities in the Bay Area. Please present a physical flyer to at the venue to show your support. Hope to see everyone there!


The Arroyo Winter Guard traveled to the Independence Invitational in San Jose, CA in their second competition of the year. Having yet to complete their show, they placed 6th of twelve competing Winter Guards. The Arroyo Guard looks forward to completing their show by their next competition on March 3 - the Oak Grove Invitational.


Go, Arroyo Winter Guard!


Congratulations to Arroyo's Winter Percussion unit. On Saturday, February 10, 2018, they traveled to Independence High School in San Jose to compete in their first competition of the season. Up against seven other high school percussion groups, Arroyo Winter Percussion placed 2nd in their division. As nearly all groups including Arroyo competed with incomplete shows, a more accurate standing will be had at our next competition on Saturday, March 3, when Arroyo will travel to south San Jose to compete in the Oak Grove Invitational.

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