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Dundee bands win Class C crown

    SENECA FALLS—Dundee’s 95 students in the band program won the Class C Championship at the Seneca Falls Pageant of Bands, this past Friday and Saturday, May 18 and 19.
    This is the third consecutive year Dundee took the class crown.  The high school concert and jazz bands both took first place.  The marching band, floor guard, drumline, and junior high concert bands won second place.
    Teacher Patrick Dunham said the high school concert band scored the most points, even beating all the bands in Classes A and B.  Dunham called it his proudest moment.  However, he added that winning is not the most important thing; it’s that the students enjoy performing.
    Another part of the competition Dunham said he likes is when the junior high marching bands finish their first parade.  He said the students go in not liking it until they finish the parade.
    “They can’t wait for the next one,” said Dunham.
    The community will have more chances to see the bands perform.  Dundee will be part of the Memorial Day parade on Monday, starting at 10 a.m.  The students will then compete in the annual Gorham Pageant of Bands, June 1 and 2.

 

 

 



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