Hours

You can contact the band through the Glenelg High School during open school hours.

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ADDRESS

14025 Burntwoods Rd

Glenelg, MD 21737

© 2015 by Glenelg Marching Unit Boosters.

Who We Are

Glenelg Marching Unit Boosters, Inc. supports the performance groups and programs of the Glenelg High School Marching Unit.

  • Full Marching Unit

  • Dance Team

  • Color Guard

  • Symphonic Band

  • Jazz Ensemble

Parents, directors, and community members dedicated to providing financial support, volunteer efforts, and advocacy for the tradition of excellence that the Glenelg Marching Unit has exemplified for over 40 years comprise the Glenelg Marching Unit Boosters, Inc. (GMUB), a 501(c)(3) charitable organization

What We Do

With the Howard County Public School System providing only scant funding for marching unit expenses, GMUB provides the bulk of the financial support required to preserve and maintain the following:

  • Instruments

  • Marching Uniforms

  • Concert Attire

  • Training

  • Costumes/Props

  • Competition Fees

  • Travel Support

How You Can Help!

The Glenelg music tradition flourishes as a direct result of the support of our wonderful community! First and foremost, we welcome your presence at concerts and all other functions; there is no substitute for sharing the gift of live performance. GMUB welcomes and appreciates your volunteer time and advocacy for our programs. We also gladly accept your donations.


Donations can be made online or via check made payable to:


Glenelg Marching Unit Boosters, Inc. (GMUB)
Glenelg High School
14025 Burntwoods Rd.
Glenelg, MD 21737


Written acknowledgements will be provided. Your donation may be tax deductible as a charitable contribution. Please check with your tax advisor. A copy of our IRS 501(c)(3) determination letter is available upon receipt.

Fund Raising

With the help of current and alumni families and the wonderful Glenelg community, GMUB runs year-round fund raisers. We are very grateful for the hundreds of volunteers who pitch in every year, beginning with the fried dough stand at the Howard County Fair in August and wrapping up with spring competitions and concerts. We accept direct monetary donations.