If you like giving back to the community and eating good food on the cheap, then you're not going to want to miss the upcoming A Taste of Sequoyah.
The Sequoyah High School Musical Arts Booster Club and the Sequoyah Instrumental Music Foundation are once again organizing its flagship event in which the community can sample some of the area's most popular restaurants all for a good cause.
A Taste of Sequoyah is set for 6 p.m. March 26 at Sequoyah High School in Hickory Flat.
Tickets are $1 per person and allows residents to sample food from over 10 restaurants from the surrounding area.
Money will go towards the Sequoyah High School band program's efforts to purchase new instruments.
Virginia Roberson, treasurer of the booster club, said she hopes to see more than 300 people turn out for the event. The club had around 300 people come out in 2012 for the event.
The group raised around $2,800 last year as well, which Roberson said she's also hoping to exceed.
The club's Instrumental Music Foundation raises money to provide scholarships to students who may not be able to afford to participate in band.
Roberson added she hopes the community comes out to the event to not only sample food from local restaurants, but to also help support the school's program.
"I want the community to know how important it is to have music in our schools and that makes our students more well rounded," she added.