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Members sought for annual ‘Alumni Pep Band’ [UPDATED]

Published 10:06am Wednesday, September 18, 2013 Updated 12:07pm Wednesday, September 18, 2013

The Fergus Falls High School Band Department and the Fergus Falls 544 Education Foundation are teaming up to provide an exciting opportunity for alumni.

At the Fergus Falls High School Homecoming Game on Friday, Oct. 4, alumni will be able to relive some high school memories by performing with the Pep Band.

Music for the night’s performance will be handed out starting at 4 in the High School Band Room at Kennedy Secondary School.

Alumni participating in the “Alumni Pep Band” should enter the doors on the east side of the school by the tennis courts.

Signs will be posted throughout the building directing the way to the band room.

For the evening’s schedule and a list of possible music choices, please go to the Foundation’s Web site: www.544foundation.org.

If you have any questions about this event, please email Mindy at 544foundation@fergusotters.org. Band director Scott Kummrow would also like to know how many alumni will be participating, so if you’re interested, email Scott at skummrow@fergusotters.org.

Don’t let the lack of an instrument be an excuse. Contact Scott and let him know your needs.

Whether you still play on a regular basis or you haven’t even opened your instrument case since graduation, consider participating in what will be an enjoyable evening.

The performance schedule

is as follows

4 p.m. – “Social Hour” and receive music

5 p.m. – Pregame practice

6 p.m. – Head over to the football field

6 p.m. – Start playing

When the game starts – you’re done

 

Possible

music selections

Hey Baby

On Broadway

Tequila

Footloose

Carnival Del Soul

Centerfold

Blue Suede Shoes

Born to Be Wild

Everybody Needs Somebody to Love

Championship

Maroon and Gold

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