BRIGHTON, Colo. (CBS4)– Rampart Search and Rescue helped out a middle school band class that was playing with instruments so old, they were held together with duct tape! Now, Vikan Middle School students have a new drum thanks to the nonprofit.

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The search and rescue donated a new drum to the middle school in Brighton on Wednesday. Members of the group were watching as the middle school appeared on the show “Returning the Favor.”

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The show gave the school money to revamp their workshop. But the video showed the school’s drums held together with duct tape.

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Rampart Search and Rescue wanted to do something about it.

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“It makes us feel good, because that’s what we do, we’re volunteers, and we’re out there helping people in their worst times,” said Rampart Search and Rescue Chief David Haskin.

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The rescue team has been serving Adams County for 19 years.

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