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New season brings many staff changes

Santa Clara Vanguard...

November 06, 2002

Former Arizona Sun director to lead Capital Sound

Capital Sound (Madison,...

November 01, 2002

Sal Salas named Scouts director


October 30, 2002

Bob Wall receives Champion of SAFE KIDS Award

The National SAFE KIDS Campaign honored Madison Drum and Bugle Corps Association Executive Director Bob Wall with...

October 29, 2002

Southwind director named

The Madison Drum & Bugle Corps Association has named Mike Loeffelholz as the director of Southwind.

“I am very excited to have a person of Mike’s caliber leading Southwind,” MDBCA Executive Director Bob Wall said. “He is committed to making Southwind as much a legend in the drum corps activity as the Madison Scouts are.”

Loeffelholz has been involved with the Madison Drum and Bugle Corps Association for more than 25 years. His drum corps tenure began in 1978 when he joined the Madison Junior Scouts as a...

October 28, 2002

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