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Community Show At Amador Tonight

Original post made by Band Mom, Birdland, on Nov 17, 2011

Come out to the Amador High football stadium at 7pm tonight to see the Foothill High and Amador High marching bands perform their field show for the community.

I have also heard that there will be a "Drum Off" between the schools two drum lines.

Come out and show support for your towns local marching bands!

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Posted by Band Mom
a resident of Birdland
on Nov 18, 2011 at 8:35 am

Awesome show last night by Foothill and Amador band students! What talented musical students this town has.

For most it begins in 4th or 5th grade with musical instruction from Marti Muldoon and Jason Boris. Thank you for teaching these students at the "ground floor"!

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