Students from the Broken Arrow marching band program washed cars Saturday.
The Pride of Broken Arrow students offered the car washes at the Kum & Go at 61st Street South and Lynn Lane from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Saturday.
Students were required to wear Pride shirts over their swim suits.
All proceeds will help send The Pride to the 2013 Rose Bowl Parade.
The marching band is a volunteer organization that is open for audition to Broken Arrow School System students in the 9th through the 12th grades.
During the school year, the Pride meets after school for rehearsal and performs at home and away football games—as well as at various state, regional, and national marching band contests.
The Broken Arrow Band program was founded in 1929.