Three World Championship awards bear new names - In recognition of the contributions of some very important people to the success and evolution of Drum Corps International, Saturday, Jan. 21, representatives of DCIs voting member corps unanimously approved the naming of the following awards. <... [DCI.org]
The Anaheim Kingsmen won the first DCI World Championship back in 1972. This year is the 40th Anniversary of DCI and The Kingsmen are part of this celebration of drum corps history.
Please donate to the Kingsmen Jr. Drum and Bugle Corps.
We need to buy brass instruments in order to achieve our goal of fielding 72 horns.
Your contributions are greatly appreciated by the organization and work towards providing the equipment necessary to sustain this youth activity. From pennies on the ground to the change in your sofa, all donations are welcome.
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Please donate to The Kingsmen:
Anaheim, CA 92814
or sign up for one of our fund raising programs:
In 1974, Anaheim Kingsmen delivered Kenton’s own “Artistry in Rhythm” as a screaming “push your hair back” concert standstill. The intensity level was one of the highlights of the season and worthy checking out on DCI’s Fan Network if you haven’t heard it. Crossmen also performed the piece in 1982.
Read more: http://www.dci.org/news/view.cfm?news_id=2e12e001-d190-4175-860e-2dc4be5877f9#ixzz18HjLTBZq
THE KINGSMEN JUNIOR DRUM & BUGLE CORPS WOULD LIKE TO
EXTEND AN INVITATION TO ALL PARENTS TO BECOME
A VERY IMPORTANT MEMBER OF
THE NEW KINGSMEN BOOSTER CLUB
Parents always want their children to become productive citizens in the community. Well, so do we. The Kingsmen organization prides itself on being "the best it can be", as our history of National Championships illustrates. By building an involved Booster Club, for everyone to participant in, we alumni, parents, brothers, sisters, and friends have a way to mingle and be a part of the growing Kingsmen family. Also, the Booster Club performs a major role in the overall fund raising efforts for the Corps. With active boosters, we can complete the many projects needed to get our Kingsmen back on the field of competition.
Booster Club officers include a President, Secretary, and Treasurer, all elected by the active Booster Club members. One of the primary roles of the Booster Club President is to keep the Board of Directors up-to-date on all active fund raising programs. In addition, the President is also a voting member of the Board of Directors. For a complete description of the functions and responsibilities of these positions, please refer to the By-Laws of the Kingsmen Starcorps Inc., located on the web at KingsmenDrumCorps.org.
Kingsmen Starcorps Inc.
Board of Directors