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Impulse PB&J Challenge

PB&J tables are a drum corps staple during the season, it’s a quick meal, a snack, dessert, and a feel good food. So during the season hiatus, why not remember one of the favorite things at meal time on tour, the PB&J sandwich. So let’s help your favorite corps by making a donation to their […]

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Pioneer News From The Top – July 24th, 2020

BINGO UPDATE! This Saturday, July 25th will be our fourth Saturday of restarting our Bingo at the United Seniors 4515 W. Forest Home Ave. Our Progressive game is at 58 numbers for $4,000.00 plus! You might like to try your luck! We will be open at 5:00 pm and the games will begin at 6:30 […]

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Marching Roundtable 915: Open Class Drum Corps May Be The Perfect Fit

Students are getting expert instruction and great experiences in Open Class corps, and these groups may be the exact right place for many students. With Dave Eddleman and Tim Heasley. You can listen to us below, or if you want to take us with you, you can download us from iTunes. Read the rest of […]

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Join The Together As One Movement

DCI will look differently this year, but there is still a way for our members, fans, friends, and alumni to experience the collaborative effort and performance entertainment we have come to love over the decades – “Together As One” designed by Varsity Performing Arts. What is “Together As One”? “Together As One” was designed as […]

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EYitPA Board Of Directors – Summer 2020

Greetings, Southwind Family. It’s an honor to be able to bring you this letter on behalf of the Empower Youth in the Performing Arts Board of Directors. We recently added four new members to the board: Sonya Berry, Jennifer Heard (‘92,’95,’96), Leora Madden (‘93), and Joel Patterson. Thank you to these individuals who have made […]

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Gold Response To Current Events

It is with a heavy heart that we have witnessed the events of the last few weeks as the streets of our country have filled with protesters seeking justice for crimes against humanity. Sadly, the events that were the catalyst for these protests are not isolated events. Instead, they are all too common occurrence in […]

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Pioneer News From The Top – June 24th, 2020

BINGO IS BACK!….After canceling 18 bingo dates because of the Corona virus, we have re-started our SATURDAY Bingo games at the United Senior Center located at 4515 W. Forest Home Ave. in Milwaukee. The facility has been thoroughly cleaned and sanitized from top to bottom. Social distancing signage has been placed to remind the customers. […]

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Distant Harmonies

In response to the cancellation of scholastic and independent music programs affecting musicians worldwide, River City Rhythm is proud to offer “Distant Harmonies,” a virtual music experience for all musicians regardless of age or ability. Musicians from around the world can be a member of our video and audio virtual music collage by simply downloading, […]

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A Note To Our Community

At Louisiana Stars, we have seen the events surrounding our country and hear the pain of people of color. Our hearts go out to this community and we stand with you. We understand that it is our place to listen and express the following statement. The Louisiana Stars Drum and Bugle Corps expresses our support […]

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Paint With Nash

With Watchmen Drum & Bugle Corps 2020 season being on hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which means my (Michael Nash) duty as Tour Manager was also on hiatus. What will I do with all of those free weekends this summer? I am an artist, but stone carving in a 2 bedroom apartment is out […]

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