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A performer’s eye view of a marching competition

Laura Koscinski, Staff Writer

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On October 21, the PNMB put in an eleven hour day practicing for a participating in the Jenison Marching Invitational. Here’s what it was like to be there:

Laura Koscinski

At 1:30 p.m. last Saturday, the marching band gathers together outside the school in the parking lot where the band director, Josh Bartz, talks about the most important points of the day as well as the schedule of rehearsal.

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