Free performance scheduled


Katie Linkner

Junior Liam Ravita plays the trumpet as the band performs their “Fire and Ice” halftime show. With the football team having a bye this week, the band will perform a free show for the public.

Addie Ellison, Staff Writer

This Friday, the band will dedicate a performance of their show “Fire and Ice” to the community in the football stadium.

Starr’s Mill Panther Pride considers this their way of giving to the community. They celebrate their support and help in making the marching band one of the best around.

“We want a chance to give back to the community without the noise of the football game around,” assistant band director Bert Groover said.

The band will perform all four parts of the 2018 show, which is set to begin at 6 p.m. in Panther Stadium. The event is free to the public.

The following day, the Panther Pride will travel to Jacksonville State University for the biggest competition of the season, the Contest of Champions.

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