Every time we move the xylophone over a bump, the legs collapse. NO MORE I SAY!!!
Got this idea from facebook. Center post out of steel. That will hold 'em!
Finished product. Now for some paint.
Looks like it was born that way.
Here is the re-built glockenspiel case one of my graduates (and his grandfather) just did for me.
The old one was at least 50 years old and was falling apart.
I had him build it about an inch deeper than the original case.
Now, let's see how it hold up to daily abuse from high school drummers...
Some fun with the slip and slide
Andrew takes a turn
Margaret is not too sure...
Elizabeth is a PRO
Emily makes sure the water is still ok.
Larry Strobel and the "Perfection-Nots" in the CDA July 4th Parade
Here they come - worth the wait!
Tim Sandford (Lake City HS band director) front and center in the trombone section. He even wore a tie!
Terry Jones on lead Cardinal!
Lots of CHS alumni in this band. Here is Matthew Smithson with a great hat!
CHS alumni Sean Hunt as Fred Flintstone.
A few more current and former CHS Band students. The attire is on purpose - the only rules are that you have to wear "something"...
Terry Kruegel on clarinet with the frog on his hat. 560th alumni! Splits his time between CDA and his new home in New Zealand!
It takes all kinds. Literally.
Yes, that is a hot dog playing flute.
CHS Band Dad bringing up the rear!!!