The goal and mission of www.helpmemarch.org is to provide a fast,
easy and effective way for marching members and sponsors to connect with each other
so that members can afford to march during the summer.
A novel by Chuck Edwards - A bittersweet love story that develops under the coverlet of the Concord Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corps competitive year 1986 and continues to this day in a unique and sentimental way.
The book about Vanguard everybody's talking about!
- Any person who has accomplished a dream knows that there is a price to pay to attain that goal.
Sometimes getting there is not what you thought it might be. Sometimes you emerge on the other side as a completely different person.
Building the Green Machine is the biography of corps founder Don Warren and a comprehensive history of the Cavaliers.
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Senior corps information was compiled and is maintained by
Ron Allard who marched with Utica Executives Senior Corps, Utica Royaleers Junior Corps and
St. Joes of Batavia.
Historical corps pictures are maintained by
Wayne Duesterbeck, who marched from the late 50s through the 60s with
Eau Claire Scouts, Eau Claire Boys, Blue Stars and Minnesota Brass, Inc
Current scores are maintained by Chris Green. Chris has taught,
consulted, and performed with various DCI, DCA and DCUK organizations as
well as helping to found several organizations.
He is currently the Corps Director for Forte.
Historical scores are maintained by Michael Cahill. Michael
marched in the Drum Line with the Pittsfield, Mass. Monarchs from 1961 to 1966.
He married the Monarchs Color Guard Captain in 1969.
corpsreps.com contains an extensive drum corps history database, consisting of scores, repertoires,
written histories, pictures and member listings. The information contained on the site is
continually updated. If you have information to contribute, please contact us. We are always grateful
for more information.