Wind Gap Blue Eagles - Wind Gap, PA, USA
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Petrone announces corps for Alumni Spectacular

April 21, 2003

Garden State Circuit goes on six-month hiatus

by Ken Mason, DCW staff

Pioneer corrects festival date

Pioneer drum and bugle corps of Milwaukee, WI, recently announced its Shamrock Festival of Music would be held Sunday, April 26. The date is actually Sunday, April 27. The event will be held at Waukesha South High School at 2:00 PM and will feature Pioneer, Kilties senior corps, Omo-ana Drum Ensemble and Waukesha South Jazz Ensemble No....

April 17, 2003

Strutters announce 2003 show, hold successful April camp

Braintree Braves seek corps for competition

The Braintree Braves of Braintree, MA, would like to host a competition July 19 at Braintree High School at 1:00 PM. There will be no prize money, but all corps will receive a trophy. The Braves, who are members of the Eastern Mass Circuit and compete in class C, will put on an exhibition.

Any corps interested in participating should contact the corps’ manager, Jim Buglio, at (781) 843-6313 after 6:00...

April 15, 2003

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