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  1. The Skyliners are pleased to introduce their Percussion Staff for the coming 2019 season. "We have assembled a young, talented, and energetic group", said Ian Vanderlinden, Caption Head. Timmy Allen, staff and ensemble coordinator, said "We are really excited about being able to build on a returning core that understands our vision and commitment to our members. We have a team that will enable us to grow not only this year, but well into the future." For more information, including bios for all our staff, you can visit the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps Website. You can contact our Director at jeff@skylinersdbc.org for more information. The Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps is a 501(c)3 non-profit, performance-based organization that provides quality educational opportunities for its members.
  2. The Skyliners are pleased to introduce their Percussion Staff for the coming 2019 season. "We have assembled a young, talented, and energetic group", said Ian Vanderlinden, Caption Head. Timmy Allen, staff and ensemble coordinator, said "We are really excited about being able to build on a returning core that understands our vision and commitment to our members. We have a team that will enable us to grow not only this year, but well into the future." For more information, including bios for all our staff, you can visit the Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps Website. You can contact our Director at jeff@skylinersdbc.org for more information. The Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps is a 501(c)3 non-profit, performance-based organization that provides quality educational opportunities for its members.
  3. The Skyliners Announce Guard Staff for the 2019 Season The Skyliners are pleased to announce that Mary Meyer will be the Color Guard Caption head for the 2019 season. Mary currently resides in Paoli, Pennsylvania and works as a middle school special education teacher in the school district of Philadelphia. Graduating from West Chester University with dual majors in Early Grades Preparation and Special Education and a minor in Reading in December 2017, Mary has been teaching Special Education since January 2018, and color guard since the fall of 2015. Mary started her performing career as a founding member of the Madison High School Marching Dodgers color guard, which ignited her passion for the activity and for teaching. Mary continued her color guard career after high school through joining the Cadets2 color guard and West Chester University Incomparable Golden Rams Marching Band color guard in 2013. She continued to perform with C2 for 2013-2015 and 2017-2018, and West Chester for 2013-2016, serving one year as captain. Mary has also had the opportunity to be a member of Aero Independent Winter Guard, Cadets Winter Guard, Main Line Independent Winter Guard, and the Jersey Surf. Past teaching experience includes color guard caption head at Bayard Rustin High School in 2015, Flag tech for Downingtown Indoor Blue guard, and Daniel Boone High School. Mary is currently the Caption Head for the Lancaster Catholic High School color guard, and a Tech/Choreographer for Cheltenham color guard. She has also founded an indoor color guard which will debut this season at Woodrow Wilson Middle School, where she is a Special Education teacher. Mary is very excited to be joining the Skyliner family and having the privilege to help the team grow! Also joining the 2019 Skyliners guard staff: Mike Glasscock-Weapons Choreographer and Tech Mike is currently a senior at West Chester University, where he has marched for 4 years, and been captain of the color guard for 2 years. He went to Avon Grove High School and also marched Main Line Independent Winter guard. His Drum Corp experience includes a year at Jersey Surf (2016) and this past summer at Boston Crusaders, during which the corps won best color guard at finals. Mike currently teaches Bayard Rustin High School, Coatsville High School, and Emanon World Winter Guard. In his spare time Mike has a business making props and rifles for many local color guards and marching bands. He is excited to being joining the staff of the Skyliners this summer! Kiernan Huss - Tech Kiernan grew up in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, and this is where her love for color guard began. She was a part of the Scholastic A silver medalist, Scholastic Open gold medalist, and Scholastic World finalist Mechanicsburg High School color guard from 2011-2015. Her love for drum corps began in 2012 when she first marched with The Glassmen Drum and Bugle Corps. She has since marched with several other Corps including The Hawthorn Caballeros (2013), Fusion Core (2014), The Cadets 2 (2017), and The Cadets (2016, 2018). Kiernan currently resides in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania where she instructs the Cumberland Valley High School color guard. She is very excited to be joining the staff of the Skyliners Color Guard! Rebekah Alvey- Tech Rebekah is excited to be joining the Skyliners staff for 2019. She graduated from Mechanicsburg Area Senior High in 2015, where she was a member of both the indoor and outdoor programs. Upon graduating, she participated in Contemporary Colors created by David Byrne, performing in both New York and Toronto. Rebekah has spent the past 4 summers as a member for The Cadets2 Color Guard and was captain for their final season in 2018. She currently teaches the color guard programs at Woodrow Wilson Middle School and Downingtown East High School. Rebekah currently lives in Philadelphia, where she is finishing up her degrees in Health Sciences and Nursing at Jefferson University. Rebekah is excited to be joining the Skyliners staff for 2019. She graduated from Mechanicsburg Area Senior High in 2015, where she was a member of both the indoor and outdoor programs. Upon graduating, she participated in Contemporary Colors created by David Byrne, performing in both New York and Toronto. Rebekah has spent the past 4 summers as a member for The Cadets2 Color Guard and was captain for their final season in 2018. She currently teaches the color guard programs at Woodrow Wilson Middle School and Downingtown East High School. Rebekah currently lives in Philadelphia, where she is finishing up her degrees in Health Sciences and Nursing at Jefferson University. Ange Mascaro - Tech Ange is a West Chester University grad from Lansdale, Pennsylvania. She was a student of Methacton High School until 2012, where she spent all four years with the marching band and indoor color guard, and as captain for her junior and senior years. After graduating, she attended University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown to pursue a Creative Writing degree before moving closer to home at WCU from 2014 to 2018. She spent three years with the Incomparable Golden Rams Marching Band and two years with Main Line Independent indoor color guard. After graduating, Ange marched the inaugural season of Encorps Drum and Bugle Corps as a captain. Since aging out of MLI, she has been an instructor for Penncrest High School, Divergent indoor color guard, and currently instructs Phoenixville High School as a main staff member. Keep up-to-date with us via our website, http://www.MarchSky.org, or contact our Director at jeff@skylinersdbc.org for more information. The Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps is a 501(c)3 non-profit, performance-based organization that provides quality educational opportunities for its members.
  4. The Skyliners Announce Guard Staff for the 2019 Season The Skyliners are pleased to announce that Mary Meyer will be the Color Guard Caption head for the 2019 season. Mary currently resides in Paoli, Pennsylvania and works as a middle school special education teacher in the school district of Philadelphia. Graduating from West Chester University with dual majors in Early Grades Preparation and Special Education and a minor in Reading in December 2017, Mary has been teaching Special Education since January 2018, and color guard since the fall of 2015. Mary started her performing career as a founding member of the Madison High School Marching Dodgers color guard, which ignited her passion for the activity and for teaching. Mary continued her color guard career after high school through joining the Cadets2 color guard and West Chester University Incomparable Golden Rams Marching Band color guard in 2013. She continued to perform with C2 for 2013-2015 and 2017-2018, and West Chester for 2013-2016, serving one year as captain. Mary has also had the opportunity to be a member of Aero Independent Winter Guard, Cadets Winter Guard, Main Line Independent Winter Guard, and the Jersey Surf. Past teaching experience includes color guard caption head at Bayard Rustin High School in 2015, Flag tech for Downingtown Indoor Blue guard, and Daniel Boone High School. Mary is currently the Caption Head for the Lancaster Catholic High School color guard, and a Tech/Choreographer for Cheltenham color guard. She has also founded an indoor color guard which will debut this season at Woodrow Wilson Middle School, where she is a Special Education teacher. Mary is very excited to be joining the Skyliner family and having the privilege to help the team grow! Also joining the 2019 Skyliners guard staff: Mike Glasscock-Weapons Choreographer and Tech Mike is currently a senior at West Chester University, where he has marched for 4 years, and been captain of the color guard for 2 years. He went to Avon Grove High School and also marched Main Line Independent Winter guard. His Drum Corp experience includes a year at Jersey Surf (2016) and this past summer at Boston Crusaders, during which the corps won best color guard at finals. Mike currently teaches Bayard Rustin High School, Coatsville High School, and Emanon World Winter Guard. In his spare time Mike has a business making props and rifles for many local color guards and marching bands. He is excited to being joining the staff of the Skyliners this summer! Kiernan Huss - Tech Kiernan grew up in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, and this is where her love for color guard began. She was a part of the Scholastic A silver medalist, Scholastic Open gold medalist, and Scholastic World finalist Mechanicsburg High School color guard from 2011-2015. Her love for drum corps began in 2012 when she first marched with The Glassmen Drum and Bugle Corps. She has since marched with several other Corps including The Hawthorn Caballeros (2013), Fusion Core (2014), The Cadets 2 (2017), and The Cadets (2016, 2018). Kiernan currently resides in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania where she instructs the Cumberland Valley High School color guard. She is very excited to be joining the staff of the Skyliners Color Guard! Rebekah Alvey- Tech Rebekah is excited to be joining the Skyliners staff for 2019. She graduated from Mechanicsburg Area Senior High in 2015, where she was a member of both the indoor and outdoor programs. Upon graduating, she participated in Contemporary Colors created by David Byrne, performing in both New York and Toronto. Rebekah has spent the past 4 summers as a member for The Cadets2 Color Guard and was captain for their final season in 2018. She currently teaches the color guard programs at Woodrow Wilson Middle School and Downingtown East High School. Rebekah currently lives in Philadelphia, where she is finishing up her degrees in Health Sciences and Nursing at Jefferson University. Rebekah is excited to be joining the Skyliners staff for 2019. She graduated from Mechanicsburg Area Senior High in 2015, where she was a member of both the indoor and outdoor programs. Upon graduating, she participated in Contemporary Colors created by David Byrne, performing in both New York and Toronto. Rebekah has spent the past 4 summers as a member for The Cadets2 Color Guard and was captain for their final season in 2018. She currently teaches the color guard programs at Woodrow Wilson Middle School and Downingtown East High School. Rebekah currently lives in Philadelphia, where she is finishing up her degrees in Health Sciences and Nursing at Jefferson University. Ange Mascaro - Tech Ange is a West Chester University grad from Lansdale, Pennsylvania. She was a student of Methacton High School until 2012, where she spent all four years with the marching band and indoor color guard, and as captain for her junior and senior years. After graduating, she attended University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown to pursue a Creative Writing degree before moving closer to home at WCU from 2014 to 2018. She spent three years with the Incomparable Golden Rams Marching Band and two years with Main Line Independent indoor color guard. After graduating, Ange marched the inaugural season of Encorps Drum and Bugle Corps as a captain. Since aging out of MLI, she has been an instructor for Penncrest High School, Divergent indoor color guard, and currently instructs Phoenixville High School as a main staff member. Keep up-to-date with us via our website, http://www.MarchSky.org, or contact our Director at jeff@skylinersdbc.org for more information. The Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps is a 501(c)3 non-profit, performance-based organization that provides quality educational opportunities for its members.
  5. The Skyliners are excited to welcome Tim Moshier as the Visual Caption Head for the 2019 season. Tim began his drum corps career in 2013 with the 2013 and 2014 Class A World Champion White Sabers Drum and Bugle Corps. He culminated his performing career with the DCI world champion Bluecoats in 2016. After aging out with the Bluecoats he went on to serve on brass staff at White Sabers and 7th Regiment. Tim has also served in numerous roles for marching bands throughout New York, many of which have won State and Regional Championships during his time with them. He is currently Visual Caption Head for the State Champion Vestal Marching Band and the Assistant Marching Band Director for the Waverly High School Marching Band. He continues to serve as a consultant for other local schools, teaching and writing for both music and visual captions. Since completing his bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Fredonia State University in 2016, Tim has been a full-time middle school band director and currently resides in Vestal, New York. Keep up-to-date with us via our website, http://www.MarchSky.org, or contact our Director at jeff@skylinersdbc.org for more information. The Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps is a 501(c)3 non-profit, performance-based organization that provides quality educational opportunities for its members.
  6. The Skyliners announce Timmy Allen as 2019 Staff and Ensemble Coordinator The Skyliners announce Timmy Allen as 2019 Staff and Ensemble Coordinator October 7, 2018. The Skyliners are pleased to announce that Timmy Allen will return in 2019 as the Staff and Ensemble Coordinator. "Timmy did a wonderful job as Visual Caption Head last year", said Corps Director Jeff Crawford. "He represents the Corps vision for both the short- and long-term future so well, and we are excited to expand his role this year.” Tim brings a lifetime of experience to the corps. His marching experience includes performing with the Rochester Crusaders, Syracuse Brigadiers, Connecticut Hurricanes, Magic of Orlando and Pioneer. He has designed and taught for The Ghost Riders, as well as a being a Staff Member for The White Sabers from 2012-2017, serving as Ensemble Coordinator and Visual Caption Head in 2017. He is currently the Visual Caption Head and Winds and Front Ensemble co-arranger for the 2017 NYS Field Band Champion Corning-Painted Post High School Marching Band, as well as the Assistant Director and Front Ensemble Arranger for their indoor Percussion Ensemble. “We are already hard at work to make the 2019 season one to remember for The Skyliners”, said Timmy. “My goal is to not only continue the momentum we created last year by bringing the corps back into finals competition, but to ensure every member, staff, alumni and fan gets to feel a sense of pride and satisfaction. I’m honored to lead a team of extremely talented and capable educators. Look for our 2019 schedule in the very near future and please consider joining this remarkable family!” Keep up-to-date with us via our website, http://www.MarchSky.org or contact Joshua Delanuez via email at info@skylinersdbc.org for more information. The Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps is a 501(c)3 non-profit, performance-based organization that provides quality educational opportunities for its members.
  7. The Skyliners have declared that they will be competing in the Class A division of DCA for the 2018 season. “The choice is simply based on membership numbers,” said Jeff Crawford, Corps Director. “Our approach and philosophies are no different. For us, it is all about providing a great membership experience and entertaining our audience.” “We have a real committed and hard-working group,” said Shane Startzel, Brass Caption Head. “Our design team has given us a wonderful program that is going to challenge our members, and we are looking forward to a very competitive Class A division this summer”. The Skyliners are no strangers to success in “Class A”. They were the DCA “Class A” Champions in 1999 and 2002.
  8. The Skyliners are pleased to announce that Timmy Allen has joined their staff as Visual Caption Head for the 2018 Season. Tim brings a lifetime of experience to the corps. His marching experience includes performing with the Rochester Crusaders, Syracuse Brigadiers, Connecticut Hurricanes, Magic of Orlando and Pioneer. He has designed and taught for The Ghost Riders, as well as a staff member for The White Sabers from 2012-2017, serving as ensemble coordinator and visual caption head in 2017. He is currently the Visual Caption Head and Winds and Front Ensemble co-arranger for the 2017 NYS Field Band Champion Corning-Painted Post High School Marching Band, as well as the Assistant Director and Front Ensemble Arranger for their indoor Percussion Ensemble. He attributes his success to growing up in a drum corps family, watching his dad, Donny, and his uncles, Tommy and Jimmy, as they have had a profound impact on the activity. “I am grateful for this opportunity to join an organization with such a rich history”, said Tim. “I am dedicating my work with The Skyliners this season to the memory of my Uncle Jim, who passed away last fall.” Also joining the staff as Color Guard designer and Instructor is Wendi Rogers Neumann. Wendi is coming to the 2018 Skyliners fresh off her 3rd season with The Guard Sr. indoor group. She has worked with Whitehall Coplay High School for the last 4 years, including helping them take home a Cavalcade of Bands American Open Class Championship in 2017. Wendi brings a vast experience both teaching and marching in DCA. "Wendi is going to be a great fit with our team", said Jeff Crawford, Corps Director. "I can't wait to watch this program develop this summer". Keep up-to-date with us via our website, http://www.MarchSky.org, or contact Joshua Delanuez, Assistant Director for more information. The Skyliners Drum & Bugle Corps is a 501(c)3 non-profit, performance-based organization that provides quality educational opportunities for its members.