Wind Gap Blue Eagles - Wind Gap, PA, USA
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DCA holds winter session, elects new chief judges

February 04, 2004

Spring concert dates confirmed

Below is a list of the events we have been able to pin down for junior, senior and alumni corps appearances between now and the start of the outdoor season in June.

* March 27 — Newark, NJ, area, sponsored by the Blessed Sacrament Golden Knights and the new Blessed Sacrament junior corps

* April 3 — Harrisburg, PA, “Serenade in Brass”

* April 17 — Upper Darby, PA, “Brass Reunion,” sponsored by the Archer-Epler Musketeers

* April 24 — Rochester, NY, sponsored by Mighty St....

February 02, 2004

Blue Stars member reflects on corps’ third camp of 2004 season

All-Star Drum Corps seeks participants

The Gulf Coast Drum Corps Association and Gulf Coast Sound Drum & Bugle Corps will host the seventh annual all-star drum corps Mardi Gras weekend on Galveston Island. Participation is open to past and present members of any drum corps. Previous All- Star Drum Corps participants have included members of the Caballeros, Carolina Gold, Cavaliers, CorpsVets, Syracuse Brigadiers, Empire Statesmen, Erie Thunderbirds, Heat Wave, Kilties, Madison Scouts, Mighty St. Joes, Minnesota Brass, Inc., Santa Clara Vanguard and many others.

The weekend will...

January 31, 2004

Chicago Royal Airs seek recruits, prepare for 2004 season

Royal Airs...

January 30, 2004

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