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Visitation, funeral arrangements set for Col. Truman Crawford

The family of Col. Truman W. Crawford will receive visitors March 8, from 11:00 AM-2:00 PM. The viewing will be at Christ’s Chapel at Gettysburg College, in Gettysburg, PA.

Crawford will be buried with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery March 27. Services will begin at 12:45 PM at the Fort Meyer Chapel.

Cards and letters of condolence may be sent to Mrs. Crawford at the following address:

Mrs. Lucille Crawford
676 New Rd
Orrtanna, PA...

March 05, 2003

In memoriam — Col. Truman W. Crawford

March 04, 2003

Royal Airs reunion corps to perform at Youth Tackle/Chicago Bears celebrity game

The 2003 Royal Airs Reunion Corps will be performing at the Oswego Youth Tackle vs. Chicago Bears Celebrity Basketball Game March 16 at 2:00 PM at the Oswego High School Basketball Gym. The corps performance will begin at 1:45 PM, prior to the start of the game. The Royal Airs will be performing Chicago Fanfare, Ballyhoo March, Voodoo Moon and The Shadow of Your Smile for the audience’s enjoyment.

The 2003 corps will field more than 140 members and open their summer tour at the “Festival of Brass” drum corps show June 13. The...

March 04, 2003

PAL Cadets to celebrate 35th anniversary with reunion

The Bridgeport PAL Cadets Drum & Bugle Corps will celebrate its 35th anniversary in 2003. There will be a reunion outing and dinner for all Bridgeport PAL alumni September 12-14 at Capellaro’s Grove and Banquet facility in Bethel, CT.

The PAL Cadets, sponsored by the Police Benevolent Association, were organized in 1957 as a youth program of the Police Athletic League in Bridgeport, CT.

The Cadets were affiliated with the Harry Condon American Legion Post No. 11 and the Raymond W. Harris VFW Post No. 145.

PAL performed...

March 04, 2003

‘Loud Music Symposium 4’ scheduled for April

This year’s “Loud Music Symposium 4,” sponsored by Promark and the San Francisco Renegades Drum and Bugle Corps, will be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in San Francisco April 27 at 6:00 PM. This spectacular celebration of loud music and performance artistry will once again tantalize the eardrums of unsuspecting listeners with an amazing showcase of diverse artists.

The Renegades’ 2003 production, “Red Skies at Night: Midnight in the Stadium of Good and Evil,” will be a visual and aural...

March 04, 2003

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