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Scout House Groups In Tune With Cambridge Culture Days Festival

Three Preston Scout House units are tuning up for performances during the Culture Days festival in Cambridge, one of the highlights of a busy month of community involvement. Scout House Band, Scout House Cadets drum and bugle corps and Silver Leaves brass will each perform a standstill concert in Mill Race Park on the banks […]

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In The News – YEA Fires Ex-priest Working With Allentown-Based Drum Corps

A former priest named in the grand jury report investigating child sex abuse in the Catholic Church who also worked with the Allentown-based Cadets drum corps has been fired, the organization’s chairman said. Donald Cramer, who had been a priest in the Harrisburg Diocese until he voluntarily left the priesthood in 2014, was let go […]

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Scout House 80th Anniversary Year Event Summary

March 28 ‘Leaving Home’ concert and farewell ceremony at Knights of Columbus building, including performances by all groups and presentation of gifts to friends of the Band – Tony Costa and Wilf Rettinger. April Colouring pictures featuring Scout House image distributed to young people in the community through the four Cambridge library branches. Read the […]

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2018 DCA Prelims Schedule Released

The 2018 Preliminaries Schedule has been released: Performance Schedule (PDF) PRELIMS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2018 4:00pm Columbus Saints Class A 4:17pm Highland Regiment Class A 4:34pm Cincinnati Tradition Open Class 4:51pm Erie Thunderbirds Class A 5:08pm Cadence Class A 5:25pm Chops Open Class Read the rest of the article here.

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Silver Leaves Brass Ensemble To Perform

Gord Cupskey, the director of the Silver Leaves Brass Ensemble reports that the group is excited that it has been asked to perform in Batavia, NY on September 22nd; part of Musical Memories #10. Should you call for information, you will need to know that the area code for Batavia is 585. Read the rest […]

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Silver Leaves – Part Of Kincardine’s Reunion Parade

The turnout that these reunion event generates in Ontario’s “up country” towns is always impressive. This summer’s Kincardine Reunion on the Civic Holiday long weekend was no exception. The Kincardine “Old boy and girls” were back on Queen Street in large numbers for the Saturday morning Reunion Parade. in some spots along the street the […]

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Buccaneers And Skyliners Victorious In Peckville

The Reading Buccaneers continued their undefeated streak tonight at the Parade of Champions, a contest sponsored by the American Legion and Drum Corps Associates. A brief downpour hit the stadium before the start of the show but cleared out quickly resulting in a perfect night for drum corps. The opening ceremonies featured the Honor Guard […]

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In The News – Reading Buccaneers’ Classic Will Feature Seven Drum & Bugle Corps Performances At Hempfield High School

Bill Powers remembers a time when central Pennsylvanians could attend several drum and bugle corps shows a summer. The Lancaster Lions hosted an annual summer show at J.P. McCaskey High School, Powers remembers. There were the Hanover Lancers and York White Roses in York County, and occasional shows at Carlisle High School in Cumberland County. […]

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In The News – Pine Hill Drum And Bugle Corps Marks 90th Anniversary

The Pine Hill Drum and Bugle Corps is the only – if not – the oldest fireman’s drum and bugle corps in New York State according to Drum Major John Stiegler. The affiliate group of the Pine Hill Hose Company celebrated their 90th anniversary over the weekend. “I’ve been a member for 50 of those […]

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In The News – First Sounds On The Susquehanna Drum, Bugle Corps Competition Draws Big Crowd

The forecast called for rain, but that didn’t deter more than 1,000 people from filling the stands at the Milton Area High School Alumni Stadium for the first Sounds on the Susquehanna drum and bugle corps competition Saturday night. “This stadium seats 1,800 and I think we are nearing 1,500 people so far tonight,” said […]

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