Olde English Festival of Bands

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Real Estate Agent with Rinehart Realty

 

Mark you calendars for October 9, 2010 for the annual Olde English Festival of Bands. This event is sponsored by Northwestern High School and Rock Hill High School marching band programs brings together marching bands from all over the region who compete in one of the most excited competitions of the year.  If you enjoy the pageantry of marching band shows then this is one you can’t afford to miss.  Olde English will be held at District Three Stadium and this is a wonderful event to share with family and friends while supporting the band programs at both Northwestern and Rock Hill High.  Hope to see many of you on October 9 and be on the look out for more details closer to the event.

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Tim and Gina ... while I can't make the event, I hope you post pictures and videos ... both here on AR and the KWI family blog!  Thanks for the invitation ....

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Sounds like a WONDERFUL event!  I hope you get the chance to go and post some pictures afterwards!

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