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Lancaster HS Winter Guard seeks new members

BY: Metro Source Staff | November 01, 2012

LANCASTER- The Lancaster High School Winter Guard program is currently recruiting for the 2012-2013 competitive season.

The program includes two free dance classes per week for any students who participate in the program. This activity includes dance, twirling of equipment such as flags, rifles and sabres, set design, costuming, and props. The group trains from November through January, then competes locally in New York State and regionally in Rochester and Cincinnati, and concludes the season at the WGI World Championships in Dayton, Ohio.

The program is open to students at Lancaster Middle School and Lancaster High School who are currently in grades seventh though twelfth, and who meet academic participation standards set forth by the school district.

An open rehearsal will be held at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 5 at the LHS Java Gym. Those interested can attend to find out more about this exciting activity. For further information, contact Jake Seymour 628-7573, Tom Roberts at 472-7466 or Joann Piasecki at 432-1156.

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