Emporium, PA United States
|1974||56||27.000||Celebration Overture * Color-Presentation * Stephen's World * Scheherazade|
|1976||31||31.450||http://www.geocities.com/bucktailregiment - Chorale and Shaker Dance * Hope for the Future * Color Pre '76 * First Suite in E-Flat * Second Suite in F * Lady Sings the Blues * The Way We Were|
The two men who spearheaded this organization from its start to its demise in 1978 was the late Joseph Noto and Robert Olivett. The two men ran the corps as co business managers.
The corps succeeded in meeting its goal and made its first debute by participating in the huge Emporium Centennial Parade in the summer of 1964. Although small in number at first, the corps slowly grew in size and fame throughout NWPA and SWNY. The corps eventually owned its own equipment truck and building for rehearsals. Equipment and uniforms ran in excess of $50,000. For a small community like Emporium this almost seemed like "Mission Impossible.
History from drumcorpswiki.com
Highest Score 25.500
Final show in DCX Archives August 9, 1973 U.S. Open - Class A and All Girl Prelim Marion OH placed 44 with a score of 25.500
Highest Score 33.950
Final show in DCX Archives August 16, 1974 DCI World Championships - Prelims Ithaca NY placed 56 with a score of 27.000
Highest Score 35.800
Final show in DCX Archives July 4, 1975 Warren PA placed 4 with a score of 35.800
Highest Score 0.000
Final show in DCX Archives July 24, 1976 Polish-American Days Erie PA
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