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In The News: Troopers Honors Hall Of Fame Inductees At 2011 Kickoff

It’s been 53 years since the Troopers Drum & Bugle Corps first season in 1958. This year, the hall of fame honors distinguished Troopers alumni. Some were there at the very beginning when several national championships and world finalist honors were only dreams. ?The Troopers’ uniforms are based off the 11th Ohio Cavalry’s uniforms stationed […]

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2011 SoCal Dream Rehearsals To Continue In Huntington Central Park

SoCal Dream will continue to hold rehearsals in Huntington Central Park in Huntington Beach on Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00am-6:00pm. We have moved from the east side of the park over to the west side. To search for directions, the closest address to the parking lot entrance is 18011 Cliffview Ln, Huntington Beach, Ca 92648. […]

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Cadets To Preview Field Show In Allendale, N.J.

The Cadets will make their first North Jersey appearance of the season on June 11, welcoming supporters, alumni, family and fans to Northern Highlands High School in Allendale, N.J., for a field preview show at 7 p.m. The corps will present “Between Angels and Demons,” in uniform before they head out on the 2011 Summer […]

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YEA! Wins $200,000 Grant Through Chase Community Giving

Youth Education in the Arts was the fourth place winner in the Chase Community Giving campaign, winning a $200,000 grant to help fund its youth programs. YEA! was the only Lehigh Valley organization in Round Two of the Chase, and only one of two charities in the running in Pennsylvania. Round Two of the online […]

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In The News: Summer With The Corps

Two college students from Racine are embarking on a summer adventure like no other. They will spend months on the road, sleeping in tour buses and on school gymnasium floors. They will spend countless hours in the hot sun, perfecting the art of marching (sometimes nearly running) in formation while playing a wind instrument. And […]

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In The News: UW’s Zamora Puts Summer On The Road In Perspective

David Zamora is a couple of years removed from his high school days at Cheyenne East. He’s a junior at the University of Wyoming, majoring in criminal justice. But instead of working this summer to save money for school, he’ll spend $2,400 for the privilege of squishing into a hot charter bus, sleeping a precious […]

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Jubal And Johan Friso Top First 2011 DCN Contest

Jubal and Johan Friso have taken the lead in the first DCN contest of the year. The DCN season started with a bang in front of a full grandstand in Arnemuiden on Saturday. The 100 year-old Jubal outdid all other title candidates in the well-attended Premier Class. In the Junior Class, Johan Friso beat their […]

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Music City Asks For Votes In Nashville Charity Giveaway

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The Wills Company from Nashville, TN is celebrating their anniversary by donating $5,000 to the top vote-getting Nashville charity in their Charity Giveaway. Music City is currently in second place. Only the top vote getter is awarded a donation. You may only vote once. Voting ends at 5:00 PM CT on Tuesday, May 31st. Please […]

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In The News: At 17, Cheyenne’s Downs Is A Four-Year Veteran

With braces and her short shorts, Cheyenne’s Alyson Downs looks like a fresh-faced teenager. She rarely walks from place to place but hops or skips, virtually bursting with life. Read the rest of the article here.

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Jubal Takes First 2011 DCN Competition

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The very first show of the season of any drumcorps circuit worldwide is always held in The Netherlands. This year at the Arnemuiden soccer stadium on May 28. Jubal from Dordrecht, celebrating their 100th anniversary this year, took first place in Premier Class with an impressive 3.9 point lead over Beatrix and 5 point over […]

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