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focus - Winter Guard International
FALL
2006
THE OFFICIAL NEWS OF WGI SPORT OF THE ARTS
Special Thanks to WGI Sport of the Arts Presenting Sponsors
FALL 2006
Up and Coming:
Independent
World Guards
Volume 20, Issue 3
PUBLISHER
Winter Guard International
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CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Ron Nankervis
EDITOR
Bart Woodley
GRAPHIC DESIGN
AND PRODUCTION
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DesignAura, San Francisco, California
A RT D I R E C T O R S
Introducing
Concert A Class
Laura Johnston Bratt, Nicole Bratt
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5 WGI 30th Anniversary
CONTRIBUTING WRITERS
Aaron Jenkins, Philip Mayard,
Ron Nankervis, Shirlee Whitcomb,
and Julie Zerhusen
PERFORMANCE PHOTOGRAPHY
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Happel Photography, Johnny Gilbert,
Dan Scafidi, Linda Unser, and Sid Unser
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Independent
World Scoop
2007 Contest Schedule
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FROM RON NANKERVIS
CEO, WGI Sport of the Arts
A
s you sit down to read this edition of Focus, fall is winding
down, and with that comes the change of season that some of
us prefer above all others. With winter right around the corner weekends are a blur of auditions, design meetings, and early rehearsals.
Time seems to blur as drum corps gives way to marching band then
color guard and indoor percussion to stop and truly appreciate the
gifts pageantry bring into our lives.
Winter Guard International celebrates it 30th anniversary during
the 2006-2007 season. As I look back over a quarter of a century of
magical experiences, there are so many extraordinary snapshots in
time. There are more highlights than I can possibly list but one has to
marvel at the enduring friendships made along the way.
Two of our original founders, Marie Czapinski and Shirlee
Whitcomb, are still playing vital roles in WGI along with
many of the championships staff. This along with the fact
that my goddaughter just made her first World guard proves
that time marches on.
This coming year promises to be one of reinvention for
WGI. Look for a new website, the return of Spinfest!! and a
celebration of our past but with more emphasis on the next
evolution of winter pageantry. Proud of its past and confident of its future, we enter our third decade with the promise
of a bright tomorrow for the next generation of lucky people
to discover what some of us have known for some time.
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A Celebration of Our Art Form!
AARON JENKINS
T
he WGI Sport of the Arts
30th Anniversary is finally in
sight. Thousands of performers
have already started spending
their nights and weekends training
to perfect their show, and make
the 2007 World Championships
their moment of glory. They will
rely on technique, skills, instructors, fans, and fellow members to
make the most memorable season
to date. Whether they come for a
medal, a crowd reaction, or just
to say they were there to see the
excitement, all the performers,
staff, volunteers, and audience
members are sure to make this
season unforgettable.
The city of Dayton, Ohio will
again serve as host for the WGI
World Championships for the
21st time. The Color Guard
Championships will be held April
12-14 with finals at the University
of Dayton Arena. Percussion
Championships will take place one
week later, April 19-21, with finals
at the Nutter Center on the campus of Wright State University.
WGI World Championships is
the time and place where we can
celebrate our art form, the activity
that defines a part of who we are,
and what brings us joy. This
pastime has brought so many
important and special individuals
into our lives. The WGI Sport of
the Arts 2007 World Championships is where we affirm that winter
guard and indoor percussion
activities are unlike any other.
There has never been anything like
the 2007 WGI season before, and
there never will be anything like
it again.
More than 41,000 spectators
came to watch the color guards
and percussion ensembles from
34 states and three countries
participate at the 2006 World
Championships. These groups
gave extraordinary performances
throughout prelims, semis, and
finals in three major arenas.
Ultimately only one color guard
or percussion ensemble walked
away with top honors in each
class, but the audience left as
winners too. These shows and performers will remain in fans’ memories for the rest of
their lives.
Color Guard and
Percussion World
Class Finals tickets
are expected to
sell-out as they have
in previous years.
In order to witness the precision,
creativity, and artistry first hand,
place your order early.Try our new
online order form on www.wgi.org.
Don’t miss out on this spectacular
opportunity to be a part of WGI
Sport of the Arts history!
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WGI 30th Anniversary
Color Guard
thursday, april 12
UD Arena
Nutter Center
Dayton Convention
Center
• SA Prelims – morning
• IA Prelims – evening
• SA Prelims – morning
• IA Prelims – evening
• SO Prelims – morning
• IO Prelims – evening
friday, april 13
UD Arena
Nutter Center
Dayton Convention
Center
• SW Prelims – morning
• IW Prelims – afternoon
• A Class Finals – evening
• IA Semi Finals – morning
• SO Semi Finals – afternoon
• SA Semi Finals – morning
saturday, april 14
UD Arena
• Open Class Finals – morning
• World Class Finals – evening
Percussion
thursday, april 19
Nutter Center
UD Arena
Kettering HS
• PIA Prelims – morning
• PSO Prelims – afternoon/
evening
• PSA Prelims – morning
• PSA Semi-finals – evening
• PSCA Prelims – afternoon
• PSCO Prelims – afternoon
• PSCW Prelims – evening
friday, april 20
Nutter Center
UD Arena
Kettering HS
• PSW Prelims – morning
• PIW Prelims – afternoon
• A Class Finals – evening
• PSO Semi-finals – morning
• PIO Prelims – afternoon
• PSCA Finals – afternoon
• PSCO Finals – afternoon
• PSCW Finals – evening
saturday, april 21
Nutter Center
• PSO Finals – morning
• PIO Finals – afternoon
• PSW Finals – evening
• PIW Finals – evening
photos left to right 05 James Logan HS, 93 WGI Percussion Ensemble Champions, 06 Music City Mystique, 83 WGI Finale.
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W
GI announces a revolution in pageantry arts
video: WGI ON DEMAND! This
unique website allows you to select
various individual World Class
performances from past years and
place them onto one custom DVD.
This system will have performances from 1979 through 2003
available before the end of this year.
Each WGI ON DEMAND DVD
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Similar to an
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Another feature of the system
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Your customized WGI ON
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Customers can select regular
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also fully customizable. Customers can see the titles they selected
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Here are some frequently asked
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Why are some shows
missing?
If a show is not listed at all, it has
not passed copyright requirements
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Can I mix indoor percussion
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one disk?
Yes, any show that appears on the
WGI ON DEMAND system can be
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class, year, or activity.
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You have the ability to give a
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When I click Submit, why
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The “Not a member” error message usually only appears when
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Three Guards
Promoted Into Independent World Class
for 2007 Season
P H I L I P M AYA R D
W
hether it’s a promotion
to a higher paying job
or being promoted to the next
grade in elementary school, for
many, the word “promotion” elicits
not only feelings of happiness,
excitement, and pride, but also
apprehension and perhaps even
fear. The same sometimes holds
true in the winter guard activity.
Fortunately, the days of the muchfeared “bump-up score” as the sole
impetus for a class promotion are
long gone. Over the past decade,
WGI has invested considerable
time and resources into a color
guard class promotional system
which looks not only at scores, but
at the training and achievement
level of the performers themselves.
Here is a brief breakdown of
how the color guard promotion
process works: During the season,
a guard can be “requested for
review” if they are perceived to be
in the wrong class, up through
“Week 6” of competition. If a unit
has yet to attend a regional by
“Week 7”, that unit can be reviewed
after the 6th week. This request for
review can be made by the Color
Guard Coordinator (Dale Powers),
the Color Guard Chief Judge (Jim
Mahoney), the Color Guard Education Director (Shirlee Whitcomb),
the Chief Judge of a particular
contest, any Steering Committee
member, any Contest Administrator, or any unit director
competing at that specific regional.
Once a unit is up for review, a
videotape of that guard is quickly
sent to the WGI Review Committee (four World Class Steering
Committee members, Education
Director, Chief Judge, and Color
Guard Coordinator), which
then considers the training and
development level of the performers,
the challenges they are achieving,
and to a slightly lesser degree the
quality and depth of the program.
Most importantly, the committee
must determine if the potential
promotion will permit those
students to achieve and be competitive in the next higher class.
The decision is voted upon by
each member, and the Color
Guard Coordinator then informs
the guard of the decision.
At the end of each season, all class
finalists are reviewed by the same
committee using the same criteria.
It is not automatic for medalists to
be automatically promoted. From
the 2006 Independent Open Class
finalists, three were informed they
would be promoted into the coveted
ranks of Independent World competition: In Motion (Fairfield, CA),
JSU Center Stage Performance
Ensemble (Jacksonville, AL), and
Croatan (Newport, NC).
Buchanan Miles, Director/
Choreographer of In Motion says,
“The members and myself look
at [the promotion to Independent
World Class] as a wonderful
accomplishment for all of our
hard work and effort. We went
from Independent A Class Silver
Medalists in 2005 to Independent
Open Class Silver Medalists in
2006. The only change in our
planning is to add another South
Power Regional to our schedule.
We have a busy season ahead of
photos left to right In Motion, JSU Center Stage.
us, and I have a wonderful parent/
support group.” In Motion, who
will perform to the music of
Donny Hathway in 2007 will have
about half of their 2006 performers
returning, as well as three former
“ageouts,” for a total of 18 to 20
members. Season plans include six
California Color Guard Circuit
competitions, appearances at the
following regionals in Las Vegas,
South Power Regional, West Power
Regional, Union City, and the 2007
Color Guard World
Championships in Dayton.
JSU Center Stage Performance
Ensemble learned about WGI’s
promotional system
firsthand during the
2006 season, having
been promoted
from Independent A
into Independent
Open class.
According to
Rodney Bailey,
Director/Designer
since the guard’s
inception in 1998,
“My kids had mixed
feelings about the
promotion. Most of them felt as
I did initially: that we would not
be able to survive in the new
class.” Fortunately their fears were
unfounded, as they went on to
become Independent Open class
bronze medalists at World
Championships.
Bailey says little will change in
the coming season for the guard.
“We are still keeping the same
schedule we have always used.
Since we are affiliated with
Jacksonville State University, there
are certain restrictions on the time
and amount of rehearsals we can
set. We are planning on competing
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Up and Coming:
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coming season will be that of
Croatan, who only three years ago
was a small Scholastic A guard.
After two years in Scholastic A,
and two in Scholastic Open
(earning the silver medal in
2005), the guard rose from near
extinction in 2006, moving into
the Independent Open division
and earning the gold medal with
their breathtaking program,
“Sanctuary: A World at Peace”.
Lenny Westmoreland, Croatan’s
instructor since the guard was
founded five years ago, says that
the guard will continue to be very
much school-based (Croatan
High School), comprised of 75%
of the 2006 members, and a few
former age-outs. Westmoreland
goes on to say, “Our only plan for
the upcoming season is stay true
to who we are.”
Congratulations and good Luck
in Independent World Class.
Congratulations!
Congratulations!
WGI is pleased to announce the following color
guards have also reached a milestone in their
development and have been promoted for the 2007 competitive season.
Scholastic World: Cheshire HS, Cypress Falls HS, Taylor HS, Trumbull HS, and Shenendehowa HS.
Independent Open: Act 1, Emanon, Etude, Onyx, Salem Blue, and USF.
Scholastic Open: Countryside HS, Denham Springs HS, Ft. Mill HS – Gold, Gates Chili HS,
Mechanicsburg HS, Mt. Juliet HS, New Palestine HS, Norwin HS, and Scotland HS.
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in three regionals, as well as the
2007 Color Guard World
Championships.” Center Stage’s
unique situation allows students to
earn college credit for participating
in the Center Stage class. The
guard’s promotion into the
Independent World Class will also
allow several former “ageouts” who
have continued to perform with
the school’s fall guard to return to
the winter guard performance
floor this season.
Perhaps the most fascinating
Independent World story of the
T
he concert percussion family
is growing up and moving
out. With a brand new class of
competition and a new World
Championship performance
venue, the 2007 season will prove
this unique division is still evolving
and will reach new heights of
entertainment.
Effective for the 2007 season,
WGI is introducing Percussion
Scholastic Concert A Class of competition at all WGI Regionals and
at the WGI Percussion World
Championships. This new class
will allow an “entry-level” classification of competition for concert
percussion ensembles.
photo Ayala HS Concert.
Class
New concert percussion ensembles will find A Class to be a place
where they may easily establish
themselves in the exciting world of
indoor percussion. The Concert A
Class will only be offered at World
Championships provided that
there are 6 or more units entered
in each Concert Class division
before January 1.
A new performance venue will
accommodate the Concert
Percussion units during the
Percussion World Championships.
An auditorium setting will be used
to provide a true professional
concert hall experience for the
competing units. This new venue
will hold all classes of Concert
Percussion Finals on Friday night
of the Percussion World Championships weekend. Specifics on the
World Championship performance
venue will be released once the
space is secured by the WGI office.
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WGI Concert Percussion
Introduces A
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PERCUSSION CHAMPIONS
P H A N T O M
R E G I M E N T
Winners of the 2006 Fred Sanford High Percussion Award
Congratulations
to the entire Phantom Regiment
percussion section on their hard
work and first place victory.
The Phantom regiment use
Pearl Carbonply drums and Adams
Musical instruments exclusively.
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After seriously considering traveling
to an ‘out of the area’ WGI Regional
for ‘07, the 15 men and 15 women
of Fantasia (CA) will end up staying closer to home, primarily for
financial reasons. Fantasia reports,
“The talent level is exceptional and
the group is very excited about
continuing on from the strong
foundation and in a similar style
as last year’s gold medal winning
pageantry ensemble.”
Expect more high energy
and unique layering from
WGI Hall of Famers Karl
Lowe and Scott Chandler.
Pride of Cincinnati
(OH) is thrilled to announce the
return of their entire staff for the
2007 season. Director Charles
Gumbert said, “Even with the life
changes of several staff members
after the end of the 2006 season, we
are fortunate to have everyone back
on board for 2007.” This winter
marks the tenth season for staffers
Michael Gaines, Charlie Gumbert,
Rosie Miller, Jim Moore, and Keith
Potter to teach together at Pride
of Cincinnati.
After a very successful 2006
where Blessed Sacrament (MA)
made their 27th consecutive World
Class Finals appearance, they will
once again make a push for the title
at the WGI 30th Anniversary in
April. Sac will also be attending
the Boston Regional and the New
England Power Regional. The
guard is led by captains
Jessica Byrne, Ashly
Lasko, and John Vega.
The staff has two new
additions, Michele
Hanenberg and David
Vega who are coming to
the staff after being performers in the guard.
Northeast Independent (FL)
reports 30 people marching for
the 2007 season, which is a larger
group than in the past. Director/
choreographer Jill Brennan said,
“Our performers are extremely
talented and just a blast to work
with. They know how fortunate
we are to have them participating
in our 2007 production.”
For the 2007 season, Oracle
(CO) is changing their name to
Opus 10. With a new collaboration
with the Blue Knights Drum and
Bugle Corps, the founding directors/design team Rob Billings and
Roger Saint Vincent will maintain
the high level of excellence and
musicality that everyone has
enjoyed from Oracle since 1998.
Santa Clara Vanguard (CA) will
be returning to the floor for their
second season of indoor competition. After making their mark at
WGI Championships last year,
they look forward to continuing
with their success. They will be
attending Las Vegas, Union City,
West Power Regional, and 2007
Color Guard World
Championships.
Braddock
Independent (FL)
has announced they
will be also fielding an
Independent Open in
the 2007 season. In
addition to their past
staff of “American
photos clockwise from top Northeast Independent, Onyx, Braddock Independent, Fantasia.
Legends”; Cole Porter, April
Gilligan, and Jeff Namian, they
would also like to announce they
new staff members; Lopez Reese,
Ray Acevedo, Toni Sumner, Greg
Lagola, Alex Perez, Travis Estler,
and dance masters Michael Rosales
and Curtis Uhlemann.
Onyx (OH) will be hosting the
Tri-State Circuit “Hands On” clinic
for members of the
Tri-State Circuit on
November 18th. For
more information on
the clinic, you can
visit their website
www.onyxcolorguard.org.
Corona (CA) is proud
to announce the formation of Corona “Light”.
Competing in the IA Class, this
exciting new part of the Corona
family will join the world guard
at the Ceres, Las Vegas, and West
Power Regionals in addition to the
WGI World Championships in
Dayton, Ohio.
The Knights (FL) announced
they have two new staff members,
Michael Gobiel and Matt Heard.
Michael will be helping with the
technical part of the winter guard,
and Matt Heard will assisting with
staging. They are planning to
attend the Orlando Regional, Ft.
Lauderdale Regional, South Power
Regional, and 2007 Color Guard
World Championships.
Sacred Heart (MA) will be participating in both New England
Regionals and of course 2007
Color Guard World Championships. All of the instructors are
returning for this season and
many members who have been in
the guard for almost 10 years now
are returning.
This will be the 41st year of
competition for Black Watch (NJ)
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PIW Scoop
Congratulations to Rob Pastor, a
member of the 2006 Independent
World Champion Music City
Mystique (TN). This is Rob’s third
year with The Cavaliers Drum
Bugle Corps and this summer he
placed first in the DCI I&E
Percussion Ensemble.
Rhythm X (OH) was the home
to performer Tim Jackson in 2006.
Tim has been with the Blue Devils
Drum and Bugle Corps for the
past four years and this past year
was his age-out. Tim has won the
Multi-Tenor at the DCI I&E for
the past three consecutive years.
Aimachi (Japan) reports their
drumline will not be returning
to the WGI stage this season.
The winter guard, however, will
be coming to compete at the
2007 Color Guard World Championships.
The Riverside Community
College (CA) staff was very
pleased with the turn out and the
level of ability of the prospective
members. Look for some surprises
this winter as the RCC ensemble
moves in another direction, away
from the dark, brooding show of
last year and on to a presentation
that will be light, often touching
and definitely fun! The battery will
again have 20 talented drummers
and the pit has nearly everyone
returning, so spirits are high.
Congratulations to Oliver
Rodriguez, a member of The
Cavaliers Drum
& Bugle Corps
and the 2006
North Coast
Academy (MI)
for his first place performance in
the DCI I&E Percussion Ensemble.
Odyssey Percussion Theatre
(GA) will be holding auditions on
November 5th and November
19th. For more information on
auditions go to their website at
odysseypercussion.org or contact
Eric Miller at [email protected]
Pulse Percussion (CA) has
announced that they will be
attending the Rancho Cucamonga
Regional, the Las Vegas
Regional, and the 2007
Percussion World
Championships.
You can see Matrix
IMPE (OH) at the
following regionals;
Indianapolis, Troy, and
Dayton. You can also
see them at the 2007
Percussion World Championships.
Freelancers (CA) have
announced that Vince Oliver will
be joining their staff. Vince was a
member of the cast of Blast and
toured with the company for two
years as a featured percussion
soloist. Most recently, Vince has
just completed a four month tour
of Japan with the new Blast
production, M.I.X. He is currently
a percussion teacher and music
arranger for James Logan
High School.
Gateway Percussion (MO) is
proud to announce they have
formed a second group. Gateway
Open will be ready for competition
in PIO this winter. The ability to
add a new opportunity for those
performers who may not be on
the World Class level yet is very
exciting! They are also adding a lot
of talent to our visual staff as well
putting a new emphasis on the
design team for 2006.
photos clockwise from top right North Coast Academy, Pulse Percussion, Riverside Community College, Signature.
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and their 8th year competing in the
Independent World Class. Look for
them at the South Brunswick
Regional, the South Power Regional,
the Salem Regional, and also the
2007 Color Guard World
Championships.
This year The Light Brigade (PA)
is excited to announce that Mickey
Kelly and Vincent Monacelli will be
the lead designers. Returning staff
includes David Moore, who was
instrumental in taking them to a
new level in movement our 2006
season. The Light Brigade would
like to announce that the techs/
writers – Julian Williams, Angelo
Butler, and Arthur Osborne
(Visual Coordinator) will be
returning as well.
This season
marks
Signature’s
(CO) 15th
anniversary.
The winter
guard’s first year
was at the 1993
WGI World Championships in the
Independent A class. They will be
attending the Las Vegas Regional,
the Denver Regionals, the West
Power Regional, and 2007 Color
Guard World Championships.
Returning to the staff are Tracy
Wooton, Juan Caceres, Joe Sowders,
and Steve Takata, and adding a new
staff member: Angie Haugejorden.
WGI would like to welcome back
the San Jose Raiders (CA), who has
announced that they will be competing again in 2007!
There will be several guards new
to the IW Class this season. Croatan
(NC), In Motion (CA), and JSU
Center Stage (AL) were all promoted into IW Class this season.
(See related story on page 11.)
The Phantom Regiment (GA) and
the Mandarins (CA) Drum and
Bugle Corps have both announced
they will field IW winter guards
this season.
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for 2007 WGI World Championships
Hotels
Preferred
Hotels
The following is a list of preferred hotels for the WGI
World Championships April 12-14 and April 19-21.
These hotels have rooms blocked for Championships
week and weekend. To receive the discounted rate reserve
your rooms by phone, and ask for the Winter Guard International rate.
H OTEL
A DDRESS
P HONE
R ATE
M IN . S TAY
Best Western Executive Hotel
2401 Needmore Road, Dayton, OH 45414
(937) 278-5711
$74
2
Best Western Fairborn
800 N Broad Street, Fairborn, Ohio, 45324
(937) 879-3920
TBA
TBA
Best Western Wright Patterson
800 N. Broad Street, Fairborn, OH 45324
(937)879-3920
$84
2
Courtyard by Marriott – Beavercreek
2777 Fairfield Commons, Beavercreek, OH 45431
(937)429-5203
TBA
TBA
Comfort Inn Dayton
7125 Miller Lane, Dayton, OH 45414
(937)890-9995
TBA
TBA
Comfort Inn Wright Patterson
616 N. Broad St. , Fairborn, OH 45324
(937) 879-7666
TBA
TBA
Courtyard by Marriott – Dayton Mall
100 Prestige Place, Miamisburg, OH 45342
(937)433-3131
$99
2
Crowne Plaza Hotel
33 E. Fifth Street, Dayton, OH 45402
(937)224-0800
$99
2
Dayton Marriott*
1414 S. Patterson Blvd, Dayton, OH 45409
(937)223-1000
$116
3
Days Inn Dayton South
250 Byers Road, Miamisburg, OH 45342
(937)865-0077
$69
2
Doubletree Dayton Downtown
11 S. Ludlow Street, Dayton, OH 45402
(937)461-4700
$95
2
Drury Hotel Inn & Suites North
6616 Miller Lane, Dayton, OH 45414
(937)454-5200
$95
2
Fairfield Inn – Fairborn
2500 Paramount Place, Fairborn, OH 45324
937-427-0800
TBA
TBA
Fairfield Inn Dayton North
6960 Miller Lane, Dayton, OH 45414
(937)898-1120
$84
2
Fairfield Inn Dayton South
8035 Washington Village, Dayton, OH 45458
(937)428-7736
$89
2
Holiday Inn Dayton Mall
31 Prestige Plaza Dr, Miamisburg, OH 45324
(937)434-8030
$95
3
Holiday Inn Dayton North
2301 Wagner Ford Road, Dayton, OH 45414
(937)278-4871
$95
3
Holiday Inn Dayton South
2455 Dryden Road, Dryden, OH 45439
(937)294-1471
$96
3
Holiday Inn Fairborn I-675*
2800 Presidential Drive, Fairborn, OH 45324
(937) 426-7800
TBA
TBA
Holiday Inn Xenia
300 Xenia Towne Square, Xenia, OH 45385
(937) 372-9921
$94
2
Holiday Inn Express
5655 Wilmington Pike, Centerville, OH 45459
(937)424-5757
$92
2
Holiday Inn Express
5612 Merily Way, Huber Heights, OH 45424
(937)235-2000
TBA
TBA
Homewood Suites Dayton
2750 Presidential Drive, Fairborn, OH 45324
(937) 429-0600
TBA
TBA
Hope Hotel
10823 Childlaw Road, Fairborn, OH 45324
(937) 879-2696
TBA
TBA
Ramada Limited & Suites
2540 University Blvd, Fairborn, OH 45324
(937) 490-2000
$70
2
Red Roof Inn – Dayton Airport
9325 North Main Street, Dayton, OH 45415
(937)836-8339
TBA
TBA
Sleep Inn and Suites
8277 Yankee Street, Centerville, OH 45458
(937)425-7400
TBA
TBA
Suburban Hotel
3845 Germany Lane , Beavercreek, OH 45431
(937) 426-2608
$90
2
Super 8 Motel
155 Monarch Lane, Miamisburg, OH 45342
(866)362-7886
$50
2
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Hotels
*Indicates WGI Headquarters Hotel
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Enrich the Experience!!
A Bold Step Into Our 30th Year
T
he forward-thinking WGI
Color Guard Steering Committee has adopted the direction to
EXPLORE, EXCITE, EXCEL &
ENRICH THE EXPERIENCE for
all of WGI’s activities in this our
30th anniversary year! This premise
is directed to color guards in their
choices of programming and
design, to our judges in terms of
pushing their boundaries toward
higher standards, and to the organization in the quality of how WGI
services the color guards. The result
of these efforts focuses on providing
an enriched experience for performers, instructors, and audiences.
photo Mt Juliet HS.
Designers are encouraged to
think progressively, not to settle
for what falls into their comfort
zone, and to challenge their performers with new and creative
color guard opportunities. They
are also encouraged to offer an
enriched training program to
provide the students with a
higher level of excellence, greater
SHIRLEE WHITCOMB
understanding of their skills, and
renewed enthusiasm for the art of
performance.
Paralleling this approach, judges
are directed to recognize and
reward the successful efforts of
the designers and the performers
as we collectively reach for new
heights of excellence, excitement,
and entertainment.
When all is said and done, we
look for more diversity of programs, stronger performances, and
a satisfied audience as they enjoy
the benefits of this combined
focus in 2007. Please do your part
in making this goal a reality.
EDUCATIONfocus
Explore, Excite, Excel &
ROLAND CONGRATULATES
CENTER GROVE
WINTER PERCUSSION
CONSECUTIVE WGI WORLD CHAMPIONS, 2005-2006
“We want electronic percussion to be the exclamation
point on an already strong show . . . strong enough for the
judges to say “Cool!” —Jeff Huffman, Percussion
Instructor
“The whole electronic thing will evolve. It’s about doing what we
want to do. It’s about having the kids at the forefront. . . .
By adding one more family of voices to a band, the possibilities
go up exponentially.”—Kevin Schuessler, Band Director
CENTER GROVE USES ROLAND PD-8 PADS AND TD-6 MODULES,
A ROLAND V-TOUR DRUM KIT, ROLAND FANTOM-Xa KEYBOARD,
AND TDA-700 V-DRUM AMPLIFIERS.
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2007 Power Regionals
Another season of Power packed
competition is in store for the WGI
Power Regionals.
Midwest
March 10-11, Chesterton, IN
Located just outside of Chicago,
Chesterton High School played
host to the 2005 Midwest
Power Regional. The
Chesterton High School
gymnasium seats 2800
spectators.
New England
March 17-18, Kingston, RI
WGI returns to the site of the first
New England Power Regional, The
Ryan Center at the University
of Rhode Island. The Ryan
Center boasts three
tiers of seating in
the arena to bring
all 7,700 seats close
to the action; no seat is further
than 74 feet from the action!
South
March 17-18, Tampa, FL
After two very successful
events in 2004 and 2006, the Sun
Dome will again play host to the
WGI South Power Regional. This
multipurpose sports and entertainment center can
seat up to over
11,000 spectators!
Southwest
March 24, Garland, TX
The Garland ISD Special Events
Center hosted a magnificent
Southwest Power Regional in 2006
and WGI decided to return again
in 2007. This brand new state-ofthe art facility contains arm-chair
seating for 8,000!
West
March 24-25, San Bernardino, CA
Coussoulis Arena at California
State University San Bernardino
helped WGI host a very successful
West Power Regional in 2005.
All finals events are reserved
seats, so get your order in early!
For more information, call
800-224-4172 or visit wgi.org.
NEWSfocus
News News News News News
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2006
• Northern Lights Color Guard
• Pride of Cincinnati Winter Guard
• Braddock Independent World Guard
• The Light Brigade Color Guard
• Fred C. Beyer High School Color Guard
• Carlisle High School Winter Guard
• Salem Blue Winter Guard
• Signature Color Guard
• Stoneman-Douglas Winter Guard
• Tarpon Springs High School Color Guard
• Penn State Indoor Percussion
• Drum Corps International
• Drum Corps Associates
• The Cadets Drum & Bugle Corps
• The Jersey Surf Drum & Bugle Corps
• Capital Regiment Drum & Bugle Corps
• Crossmen Drum & Bugle Corps
• University of Miami Marching Band
• Williamstown High School Band
• Lake Lehman High School Band
• Rancocas Valley High School Band
• Freedom High School Band
• James F. Byrnes High School Band
• Pocono Mountain East Marching Band
• Hunterdon Central High School Band
• Governor Thomas Johnson HS Band
• Mason High School Band
• Whitewater High School Band
• Southern Nash High School Band
• Walt Disney World Holiday Parade
• NASCAR-Daytona 500
• Atco Raceway (NHRA)
• Tiki Taco Restaurants
• Yoga Generation
• MacSultants, Inc.
• Wyndham International Hospitality
• Kaman Music/Gretsch Drum Company
• Gibraltar Drum Hardware & Accessories
Unlimited Creativity, Evolving Daily.
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Stunning, Custom-Designed, Digitally Printed Flags, Banners, Props, Costume Fabric, Backdrops and Performance Floors
for Color Guards, Marching Bands, Drum Corps, Special Events, Corporate Environments & the Performing Arts.
This fall WGI will unveil a new look and feel to
wgi.org! Participants, instructors, fans, and family members will find the new WGI website easier
navigate and a little more fan friendly. Plans are
in the works to include more content throughout
the season, especially more video clips!
The new wgi.org will also include a director’s
only log-in area. This is where unit directors can
find specific information pertaining to their group
and about the shows they are attending, official
WGI forms, and director focused news articles.
Visitors to wgi.org will also notice a new online
store, which is more customer friendly and the
inventory has been recently updated! One new
feature is a personal shopping cart which allows
customers to select items into their shopping cart
and return to them later should they chose to not
purchase them at the time. This helps you save
time finding all the items you want.
NEWSfocus
The New wgi.org
30 Years of Excellence Program
Since its inception, the WGI Scholarship
Program has provided over $250,000 to
deserving young people. As a special celebration of the WGI 30th Anniversary, there
are plans to make it even bigger and better.
WGI is proud to introduce the “30 Years
of Excellence” Program. This special scholarship fundraising drive will help WGI
award an unprecedented thirty separate
scholarships to deserving students this April.
The money for these scholarships comes from
the 50/50 raffle at World Championships, $1 of
the purchase price of each World Championship
Program, and generous donations from other
donors.
If you are interested in donating to the WGI
Scholarship Fund “30 years of Excellence”, donations can be accepted through the WGI online
shop wgi.org, or mail your donation to WGI
Scholarship Donation, 7755 Paragon Road, Ste.
104, Dayton, OH 45459, or contact the WGI
office at 937-434-7100.
WGI on the Road
The WGI Sport of the Arts video booth will be out
and about again this fall. Look for us at the following: PASIC (Percussive Arts Society International
Convention) in Austin, TX on November 9-11,
Bands of America Grand Nationals in
Indianapolis, IN November 9-11, and the Midwest
Clinic in Chicago, IL December 20-22. Be sure to
stop by and check out all of the latest merchandise
and discounts.
photos from top Megan Grayburn of Kennesaw Mountain HS
with Charlie Gumbert, Pride of Cincinnati Foundation
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A Build-your-own DVD Experience!
WGI announces a revolution
in pageantry arts video! WGI
ON DEMAND is an amazing
build-your-own DVD system.
At wgiondemand.com you
can mix and match individual
World Championships performances from various
years and place them on one
DVD, or purchase the entire
volume of finalists on DVD.
The system will launch with
2003–1995 World Class
Color Guard and Percussion
performances allowing you
to make your very own “Fans’
Favorite DVD.” More performances will be released
throughout the year.
Similar to an iTunes concept,
each WGI ON DEMAND
DVD includes five individual
shows for only $20.00, and
after that each show is a
$1.99 additional. Each disk
can contain up to fifteen
shows per disk maximum.
Have fun building
your own DVD!
www.wgiondemand.com
WGI Apparel
WGI Zipper Hooded
Sweatshirt
artwork is on the back
WGI Ladies
Ringer T-Shirt
WGI Blue & White
Stamp T-Shirt
$17.00
$20.00
$25.00
WGI Sport of the
Arts Necklace
$7.00
2006 DVDs
2006 Percussion DVDs
2006 Color Guard DVDs
volumes 1-4
$59.00 each
volumes 5-7
$59.00 each
WGI Fans’ Favorite
Visit the new
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WGI Fans’ Favorite
Color Guard DVDs
volumes 1-5
$29.95 each
S125.00
5 volume set
WGI Fans’ Favorite
Percussion DVDs
volumes 1-2
$29.95 each
S50.00
2 volume set
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We know how to use fabrics and
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In 2006 two WGI Gold Medal
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Cheshire High School, and
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The Image Makers
D
rum corps season came to
an exciting end with The
Cavaliers winning their 7th DCI
World Championship. The corps
and guard were outfitted in uniforms designed by Michael Cesario
and manufactured by FJM. The
unique “Machine” uniform worn
by the guard helped to add excitement and understanding to the
design of the show.
Please keep in mind as preparations continue for your upcoming
winter seasons, that FJM can help
add excitement to your show.
Whether you are in need of a winter
guard uniform, drum line uniform,
or flags, we have what you need to
make your program a success. We at
FJM were again proud this year to
have completely outfitted James
Logan High School in a design by
Scott
Chandler, as
they won their
9th Scholastic
World Gold
Medal.
Our team of
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WGI Thanks Our Partners & Sponsors
Presenting Sponsors
Corporate Partners
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world’s largest manufacturer
dedicated exclusively to the design,
production, and distribution of
drumsticks, mallets, and percussion accessories announces the
addition of two new marching
snare drumstick models.
Designed by drum corps legend
Dennis DeLucia, the two new
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Japanese Shira Kashi White Oak
(PWDC20W), as well as premium
American Hickory (TXDC20W).
Both are 16-3/4 inches long, and
.680" (17mm) in shaft diameter
with a relative short taper to an
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which will provide consistent head
contact at any angle. What makes
these sticks unique is the tapered
grip area. By creating a flare at the
butt end, which is slightly larger
than the shaft (.770" or 19.5mm),
the result is an exceptionally
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matched or traditional grip.
The DC20’s contemporary design
is perfectly suited to today’s
playing style.
World Championships Sponsors
Associate Sponsors
Preferred Travel Partner
Strategic Partners
photos top to bottom The Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps, Dennis DeLucia’s sticks.
Suggested retail price for the
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(hickory version) lists for $15.25.
Both models are in stock and
available for immediate delivery.
For more information,
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WGI 2007 Contest Calendar
Color Guard
February 3
Austin, TX
Orlando, FL
Richmond, VA
February 10 & 11
Dayton, OH*
Salem, MA
February 17
Ceres, CA
London, England
Pensacola, FL
St. Louis, MO
February 24
Ferndale, MI
South Brunswick, NJ
West Palm Beach, FL
March 3 & 4
Atlanta, GA
Houston, TX
Las Vegas, NV*
Percussion
February 3 & 4
Rancho Cucamonga, CA*
February 10 & 11
Indianapolis, IN*
February 17
Richmond, VA
February 24
Portland, OR
St. Louis, MO
Troy, MI
West Palm Beach, FL
March 3 & 4
Dayton, OH*
Las Vegas, NV*
Pensacola, FL
March 10
March 10 & 11
Midwest Power Regional – Chesterton, IN*
Phoenix, AZ
Union City, CA*
Phoenix, AZ
Stratford, CT
March 17
March 17 & 18
South Power Regional – Tampa, FL*
New England Power Regional – Kingston, RI*
Denver, CO
Denver, CO
Spartansburg, SC
Union City, CA
March 24 & 25
March 24 & 25
West Power Regional – San Bernardino, CA*
Southwest Power Regional – Dallas, TX
Nashville, TN*
Coatesville, PA
Nashville, TN*
April 19 –21
April 12 –14
2006 WGI Color Guard
World Championships –
Dayton, OH
2006 WGI Percussion
World Championships –
Dayton, OH
*Indicates two-day regional.
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Photo
credits
photos
left side, from top to bottom Arcadia, Taylor HS, Mission Viejo HS, Mechanicsburg HS; right side, from top to bottom Pariah, Kings HS,
Aimachi, Campbell County HS, North Coast Academy.
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Because Sound Matters
Tickets
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Includes THE BEST SEATS for
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color guard sites PLUS a complimentary 2007 Color Guard Championships
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Only 200 seats available! HURRY!
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Phone 937-434-7100 • FAX 937-434-6825
Mail WGI Sport of the Arts, 7755 Paragon Rd, Ste 104, Dayton, OH 45459
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