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Columbians Panera Fundraiser

The Columbians Drum and Bugle Corps will be holding a fundraiser at Panera in Richland on Wednesday, February 28th. We hope you can join us! Read the rest of the article here.

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2018 Seattle Cascades February Camp Location Change

IMPORTANT CAMP UPDATE – The location for February Camp has been changed. Camp will now be held at La Conner Elementary School, 305 N 6th St, La Conner, WA 98257. Camp begins Friday, February 23. Check-In’s open at 6 PM. Camp will finish with Dismissal and Pack-out at 3 PM, Sunday February 25. Read the […]

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Carter Returns To Music City With Expanded Leadership Role

Color Guard Caption Head Tracy Carter returns to Music City in 2018 with an expanded leadership role overseeing design and performance goals for the entire corps. Carter has been appointed as Program Coordinator, a new position responsible for the team managing show design, costuming and storyboarding, as well as facilitating communication between music and percussion […]

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Blue Stars Hall Of Fame Nominations – Class Of 2018

The Blue Stars Hall of Fame committee is now accepting nominations for the Blue Stars Hall of Fame, Class of 2018. This year, up to three (3) new inductees will join the esteemed members of the Hall of Fame. Nomination submissions are due by March 12, 2018. Read the rest of the article here.

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Tickets On Sale: Pacific Crest 25th Anniversary Gala

Friends and supporters of Pacific Crest are cordially invited to attend the Pacific Crest 25th Anniversary Gala on May 20, 2018. This will be a very special evening honoring the thousands of alumni and supporters of Pacific Crest, and raising funds to support the current members of the corps! Read the rest of the article […]

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2018 Sparkman Memorial Scholarship Winner Announced

Music City Drum Corps has awarded its inaugural Finis Sparkman Scholarship to Wade Craig of Lebanon, Tenn. Craig is currently a senior at Wilson Central High School and a member of Music City’s color guard. “I nervously auditioned the first time for Music City in 2016 and was ecstatic to be offered a contract,” Craig […]

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Music City Visual Caption Head Shares Drum Corps Experience

Music City’s visual caption head Josh Meyer has one simple goal for the corps’ 2018 season: “Be the best version of Music City that has ever existed.” Meyer returns to Music City for a second year after helping lead the corps to a DCI semi-finalist finish in 2017. Read the rest of the article here.

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In The News – Donated Trailer Will Become Mobile Home Base For Troopers Drum And Bugle Corps

More than the 2018 Troopers Drum & Bugle Corps musical show is under construction at Troopers headquarters these days. With the smell of fresh lumber in the air, a 53-foot, double-decker moving and storage trailer is being retrofitted to become the corps’ equipment trailer before this summer. Corps director Fred Morris tells us about the […]

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Watchmen Announce 2018 Program

Watchmen enters into the 2018 season in their fifth year of competition, and they are stronger than ever. Starting as a brass ensemble in 2013, Watchmen has grown into a full size open class corps and will be touring this year in California, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado. This year’s production is entitled “Altered”, where they […]

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2018 Troopers Hall Of Fame Nominations

THE TROOPERS HALL OF FAME – NOW ACCEPTING 2018 NOMINATIONS The Troopers Drum and Bugle Corps Hall of Fame (HOF) annually recognizes individuals for distinguished service, contributing to the health, growth, and advancement of the Troopers as a civic youth organization in support of the Troopers’ mission: “To provide a youth activity with positive educational […]

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