Uniforms & Fees
Proper Care of Uniforms
White Shirts: you are expected to wash and dry white shirts after each use, treating all stains and armpit areas as needed. They can be washed and dried in your machines at home. If you take them out and hang them up immediately, they should need little to no ironing.
Jacket & Pants: DRY CLEAN ONLY. Do not wash them in your machines at home. Tuxedos that have been machine washed are easy to spot. They will be “damaged out” and students will be charged the cost to purchase a new tuxedo. We will collect the tuxes at the end of the year to have them dry cleaned. If they need to be laundered in the meantime, please take them to a reputable dry cleaner. Do not iron directly on the pants and jacket fabric. If they wrinkle, you can steam them or iron them by placing a piece of cloth between the iron and the tuxedo fabric.
Dresses: may be washed separately on a delicate cycle and dried on low heat. If you take it out from the dryer and hang it up immediately, you will not need to iron them. If they get wrinkled, do not iron directly on the dress. You can steam them or iron them by placing a piece of cloth between the iron and the dress fabric. DO NOT ALTER THE DRESS IN ANY WAY. If hemming is needed, please see your uniform coordinator (PLEASE, do not do this on your own).
Fee for Choir Uniform
Payment by Check
Payment for the uniform fee can be made by depositing a check into the Union Choir Booster Account at any IQ Credit Union. The amount for new students is $100, and for returning students is $70. You can also mail it to the address listed below.
- Make payable to: Union Choir Boosters
- Include the student’s name and payment note on the memo line (ex: John Smith, uniform fee)
IQ Credit Union
attn: Fisher's Landing Branch
PO Box 1739
Vancouver, WA 98668
Payment via Paypal
Payment can be made using a credit card, bank account, or Paypal funds using the Paypal website (a Paypal account is not required). This option requires a slight additional cost to cover the Paypal surcharge (2.2% + $0.30). The surcharge is a reduced amount provided to non-profit organizations.