“The Mad Plaid” Announces Plans For 2010

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The Kilties will hold their annual Orientation/Evaluation/Membership Day on Sunday December 6, 2009 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM at Gilmore Middle School in Racine, Wisconsin.

This special day will consist of full corps and section orientations, skill and talent evaluations, and rehearsals. A meal will be provided by the corps.

The 2010 edition of The Kilties will be dedicating this coming season to honor and celebrate the founding of the corps’ roots 75 years ago.

The Kilties winter and spring rehearsal camp schedule is simply one full weekend (Saturday and Sunday) each month through and including April, with a separate percussion camp in January to set the line.

All of the corps’ camps are guided with strict time management to accomplish the goals placed to the membership and the organization as a whole. Personal "at home" practice time is of great importance and value with the corps utilizing "state of the art" internet tools for the members use to achieve excellence.

In May, rehearsals are expanded as the corps continues learning the visual aspects of the 2010 production.

During the performance season (June through Labor Day) the corps performs select weekends with one full weekend off each month. Complete schedule by dates through Labor Day of 2010 will be presented to the membership at this upcoming December 6th event.

The Winter/Spring rehearsal camps are as follows:

January 9-10/Percussion Camp
January 30-31/Full Corps Camp
February 27-28/Full Corps Camp
March 27-28/Full Corps Camp and Spring Preview Concert
Aril 24-25/Full Corps Camp
May 9-10/Full Corps Camp
May 22-23/Full Corps Camp
May 29-30/Full Corps Camp
May 31/First Uniformed Public Appearance-Memorial Day Parade

Membership application available to all sections.

The Kilties annual dues (called "shares") are $300 which includes free coach transportation to out of area performances (including the DCA World Championships), 80% of all meals, professional instruction, equipment use, uniform/costume use, housing during overnight out of area performances, local housing options with area members at camps and/or special discounted hotel room options at either a Comfort Inn or Super 8, plus more!

2010 Corps Director and Program Coordinator, Scott Stewart.

To apply online visit The Kilties web site located at http://www.kilties.com/

The Kilties are one of the most fan favorite respected corps in the activity and highly member friendly.

~Since 1934~

Posted by on Sunday, September 20th, 2009. Filed under DCA News.