Southwind auditions approaching

Southwind will hold auditions for all sections December 12-14 at George Rogers Clark High School in Winchester, KY. The audition camp will begin with an orientation/sign-up session at 8:00 PM Friday. The rest of the weekend will consist of sectional clinics, marching clinics and individual auditions. Camp will end by 4:30 PM Sunday. Southwind is looking forward to a great 2004 season under director Mike Loeffelholz.

“We will be making our staff announcements over the next couple of weeks, but I can tell you now that we have a very talented and energetic team put together for the 2004 season. Combine that with a great group of returning members and we are off to a fantastic start already. I can hardly wait to welcome new members to the Southwind family,” Loeffelholz said.

Detailed audition information, audition materials and online registration are available on the corps’ Web site, www.southwind.org. Member candidates can also access information by emailing director@southwind.org or by calling the corps office at (859) 268-5244.

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