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Contributions of new inductees into World Drum Corps Hall of Fame span eight decades

The seven men who will be inducted into the World Drum Corps Hall of Fame this year have been involved in drum corps activity from the mid-1930s until the current year, representing virtually all of the modern era of competitive drum and bugle corps activity in Canada and the United States.

The induction ceremony will be held during the 28th annual World Drum Corps Hall of Fame banquet August 30 at the Hilton Scranton and Conference Center as part of the Drum Corps Associates’ Labor Day weekend championship tournament. The World Drum Corps...

July 31, 2003

A phew phacts about Phantom

by Judd Williams, DCW staff

Cavaliers win their home show in Des Plaines

by Stefanie Kressaty, DCW staff

A Phantom Renaissance: The “Countdown to 50” campaign

by Christopher Atkinson, DCW staff

Cadets top contest in Pittsburgh

by Ed Cagney, DCW staff

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