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In memoriam — Danny Raymond

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March 03, 2003

Kilties reach out to rookie

The Kilties...

February 25, 2003

‘Serenade in Brass’ going strong after 28 years

February 21, 2003

Maine corps to hold organizational meeting

An organizational meeting for Atlantic Guardian Drum and Bugle Corps, will be held February 23 at 5:00 PM at the Children’s Theatre of Maine, in Portland, Community Musical Arts has announced.

Along with the Atlantic Guardian drum and bugle corps, CMA intends to start a Brazilian Samba-school type of percussion ensemble as well as a training academy for beginning flag twirlers.

Drum and bugle corps were last seen in Portland in the late 1970s. CMA was created with the intention of giving today’s youth a chance to experience the...

February 19, 2003

Belleville Black Knights plan September reunion

The Belleville Black Knights Drum & Bugle Corps will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2003. There will be a Drum Corps Reunion banquet for all Southern Illinois drum corps alumni September 27 in St. Louis, MO, at the Millennium Hotel.

The planning committee is trying to track down all of the Southern Illinois drum corps members. Send your address, corps affiliation and the year(s) you were a member to Steve McCarty via e-mail at

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