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2018 Colts April Rehearsal & Audition Weekend

The April rehearsal and audition for the 2018 Colts will be held April 27 – 29 at Stephen Hempstead High School in Dubuque, Iowa. The address is 3715 Pennsylvania Avenue, Dubuque, IA 52002. Click here for a Google map to the facility. This camp is for all students who are contracted, on recall, or are […]

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In The News – Chicago Labor Law Firm To Investigate Sexual Misconduct Claims At Drum Corps Organization

A Chicago labor law firm has been hired to investigate allegations of sexual misconduct against the former CEO of Youth Education in the Arts, the parent organization of the Allentown Cadets drum and bugle corps. The organization’s newly reconstituted board retained Franczek Radelet to do a “prompt, thorough and impartial investigation of the entire YEA […]

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Meet The 2018 Phantom Regiment Conductors

Phantom Regiment has a long history of talented musicians who have lead the corps since our founding in 1956. We took some time to get to know the members of the 2018 Phantom Regiment Conducting team. Fun fact: All three of the 2018 conductors are “rookies”, but bring a wealth of experience leading other ensembles […]

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“Rockin For A Cure” Live Music Benefit For ALS – Saturday, April 21, 2018

Get your tickets for the 18th Annual Rockin’ For A Cure ALS Benefit to be held at the Wyndham Garden Hotel on Saturday, April 21st at 6 p.m. Hosted by alumni and friends of the Madison Scouts, the event pays tribute to Madison Scouts alumni, Steve Weekes, Mike McKenna, and Chuck Eikel, whose lives were […]

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Meet The 2018 Spirit Of Atlanta Hall Of Fame Class

Spirit of Atlanta and the Hall of Fame Committee are proud to announce the inductees for the 2018 class of the Spirit of Atlanta Hall of Fame. Please join us on Saturday May 19th to honor the new inductees, connect with friends, and help Spirit kick off the 2018 competitive season. Tickets are now on […]

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Jersey Surf, Inc.: Whistleblower Policy & Organizational Ethics

Jersey Surf, Inc., requires directors, employees, contractors, volunteers and members to observe high standards of business and personal ethics in the conduct of their duties and responsibilities. Anyone considered to be a representative of Jersey Surf, Inc., and the Jersey Surf World Class Drum Corps must demonstrate unquestionable honesty and integrity in fulfilling their responsibilities […]

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Participant Safety & Organizational Ethics: What Jersey Surf Is Doing

The Jersey Surf continues to focus on safety of our members, volunteers, instructors & administrative staff. Later this spring, the Jersey Surf Board of Directors will complete a comprehensive review of all harassment and discrimination policies which impact the manner in which our organization is managed. Read the rest of the article here.

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Phantom Regiment To Train At Western Illinois University This Summer

Phantom Regiment Drum & Bugle Corps will call Western Illinois University home for the majority of our summer training – May 20 – June 9, 2018. The corps will live, work and train at WIU’s Macomb campus. The members will live in the WIU residence halls and practice on Hanson Field, Vince Grady Field, and […]

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In The News – Drum Corps International Places YEA On Probation

The Drum Corps International Board has placed the participating drum corps of YEA! on probation, effective immediately. According to DCI, the terms of probation include “multiple steps for YEA! to take in order for its drum corps to participate in the upcoming 2018 DCI Summer Tour.” Read the rest of the article here.

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In The News – Drum Corps, Accusers Respond To Hopkins’ Resignation

George Hopkins’ resignation came after nine women took their allegations public. But a source close to the internationally known Allentown Cadets says originally there were 12 or 13 women who claim they were harassed or sexually assaulted by Cadets Director George Hopkins. Read the rest of the article here.

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