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Silver Sabres Drum & Bugle Corps reunion is announed

A reunion of the Silver Sabres Drum & Bugle Corps is scheduled for July 5 – 6 in Salina, KS. There will be a hog roast, lots of historical displays and they will be giving out photo IDs and selling polo shirts with the original Silver Sabres logo along with music CDs. A few members are also going to get together and play some of the corps¹ old tunes, which should sound interesting. Anyone interested in attending is welcome and can find all the details at this

Blue Devils (Concord,...

June 22, 2002

Caballeros win first DCA show of season

Jersey Surf (Berlin, NJ)

June 22, 2002

Glassmen, Phantom Regiment take top-two places in opener

By Andrew Wheeler, DCW staff

June 14, 2002 — Oswego, IL . . . In a repeat of a familiar refrain from DCM competitions last year, Glassmen and Phantom Regiment finished first and second in the corps’ first show of the season, the acclaimed “Festival of Brass.” The Madison Scouts finished third with their lowest score of the season on a night once again bothered by rain, slippery grass and faint field markings.

June 14, 2002

Racine Scouts host home show

by Roger and Mitzi Ellis
rogerellis@earthlink.net

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