Hundreds of supporters of Oak Hills High School's music programs turned out on Tuesday night to eat, bid and listen.


The OHHS Instrumental Music Department presented a spaghetti dinner and concert from the school's various music groups in the school's performing arts center.


The evening began with a spaghetti dinner served by students. Meanwhile, a silent auction was underway, where supporters could bid on a variety of prizes and goods.


The centerpiece of the night, though, were performances by the school's jazz band, string orchestra, symphonic band, drum line and pageantry.


After expenses, the music program made $2,530 in profits, according to program director Shane Sherrodd.


For more information about the school's music program, visit www.OHHSBBB.com or call (760) 244-2293.


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