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Copiague High School to host indoor drum corps show

Caballeros (Hawthorne, NJ)
Photo by Harry Heidelmark

The Copiague High School Marching Band will hold its first annual indoor drum and bugle corps show May 17 at Walter G. O’Connell High School in Copiague, NY, at 7:30 PM.

The show will feature the eight-time Drum Corps Associates World Champion Hawthorne Caballeros, the six-time DCA World Champion Sunrisers from Nyack, NY, the Hawthorne Caballeros Alumni from Hawthorne, NJ, RAGE Indoor Percussion Ensemble from West Sayville, NY, and the Phantom Regiment Color Guard from Ronkonkoma, NY.

There will also be special performances by the Hip Pickles from Uniondale, NY, and the hosts, the Copiague HS Marching Band (2002 USSBA Group 4A Champions and NYSFBC LS3 Champions) and Copiague HS Winterguard (2002 WGI Southern New England Regional Champs).

For more information or directions, contact John Wevers at Copiague HS at (631) 842-4010 or Frank Ponzo at FPonzo2255@aol.com.

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