How to support the Goodtimes Chorus

The Goodtimes Chorus works hard at our mission of entertaining our neighbors with barbershop harmony. We always have need for talented folks. You could help us by running our sound system, working with us on choreography, by collecting tickets, helping us mail flyers or in many other ways.

As well, the chorus is a non-profit organization. As with many things in life, the tools needed to bring great harmony to the world cost money. From time to time some of our friends want to assist us with this endeavor. We would welcome your contribution. You can contact any member of the chorus or any of the contact points listed on this web site. You can direct any contribution for a specific purpose if you wish.

$50-99
Buy the sheet music rights for one new song
Buy Goodtimes Chorus shirts for 2-4 new members
Send a high school quartet to Harmony Explosion camp

$100-199
Buy the tuxedo for a new member

$200-299
Buy a riser back rail
Buy a riser 4th row

$400-1599
Buy a new riser section
Send a music teacher to a week long school to teach them about a cappella singing

$1,400-2,999
Buy a new sound system

$3,000 and up
Underwrite our annual show
Buy an acoustic shell for singing outdoors or in noisy locations

Supporters of the Goodtimes Chorus


The members of the Arlington Goodtimes Chorus wish to thank (in alphabetical order) the following individuals and firms who sponsor some or all of our events:

AAA Paint Contractors (R. Ebsen)
A Full House
All Paws
All Tune and Lube
Allen, Roger Esq.
Arkansas Lane Animal Hospital
Arlington School of Self Defense
Auto Lube Center
Barber and Beauty Unique, Paul Salinas
Beltline Vision
Bond Cleaners
Brown, David L. DDS
Buck & Loons
Business Insurance Technologies
C&C Hair Design
Campbell, Bill Esq.
Candlelite Inn
Catfish Sam’s
Coffee Haus
Cooper Street Quartet
Circuit Systems
Cole, Greene, and Ruggeberg, PA, CPAs
Cook Childrens’ Hospital
Diamond Dental
Dixieland Band
Dr. John’s Collision Clinic
Ebby Haliday , Jan Eden
Fallin, Kenneth PhD
Family Matters Counseling
Feil, Wayne DDS
First Texas Insurance
Flower Mat Florist
Grand Bank of Texas
Granvold, Donald PhD (GTC bari)
Gray, James DDS
Harris Costumes
H.E. Cannon Floral Co. Inc.
Hightower Service
I.C. and Wellness Clinic
J. Gilligans Bar and Grill
Jacobs, Hank DDS
Johnson, Barry CPA
Keiffers Janitorial
Kelly, Patrick Heating and A/C
Kitchen Solvers
Knaptime Quartet
Krogers
Langdon, Diane


 

Lone Star Inspection Co. Ltd.
Mary Kay (Linda Knight)
Mary’s Barbershop
Max Hair Design
Mitchell, Phillip Esq.
Monis’ Restaurant
Munoz, Mike Esq.
Nuts and Bolts True Value Hardware
Oak Cleaners
Pamper House
Pettke, Mike CPA
Periodontal and Implant Associates, PA
Phlabbergas Quartet
Pianotex
Piccolo Mondo Italian Restaurant
Pikulinski, Jerry
Plaza Medical Center
Pro Press Business Solutions
Pulidos’ Mexican Restaurant
Remme, Michael J. Esq. (GTC lead)
Rolling Hills Country Club
Rudd, James T. Esq. (GTC bass)
Rustic Fence
Sanford House
Shear Designs
Shofner’s Automotive
Short Motor Co. (GTC bass)
Siegrist, Jack DDS
Sienna Salon
Skillet & Grill
Slater, David DDS
Spring Creek Barbeque
State Farm Ins. (Chas England)
State Farm Ins. (Jeremy Normand)
Stewart, Don Esq.
Swatek, Patsy LCSW
Symphony Arlington
T&T Brake
The Big Tease
The Greenery
The White Room
Tim’s Landscaping
Tom Thumb
Tom’s Burgers and Grill
Upscale Quartet
Watson, Larry PhD LCSW
Westlake Ace Hardware
Wild Orchid Florist
Windows With Sparkle