2014 Racine Scouts Have Limited Openings

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racine_scouts_100x100With Spring Training quickly approaching, the Racine Scouts have only a few spots remaining to complete their 2014 roster. The corps has openings for a baritone and lead trumpet, as well as a few remaining guard spots. Corps Program Coordinator, Bill Clark, said the openings are a natural part of the off-season. “Unfortunately, this time of year is when some folks discover they can’t continue to march; everyone experiences this. We’re lucky in that we only have a few open spots.”

With an extensive performance schedule, a generous number of free-days, and one of the least expensive tuitions in the activity, the Racine Scouts offer a great opportunity for those still looking to march the 2014 season.

These openings won’t be available for long. All interested performers should contact corps Program Coordinator, Bill Clark, at: mr [dot] bill [at] racinescouts [dot] com, or call 352-256-4898.

As America’s oldest active drum & bugle corps since 1927, the Racine Scouts are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization dedicated to educating youth in fine arts while providing a place where they can grow as performers, and develop as young men & women.

Posted by on Monday, April 28th, 2014. Filed under Current News, DCI Open, FrontPage Feature.