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The [[Keystoners]] are a [[Senior Drum Corps|senior drum corps]] based in Turbotville, [[Pennsylvania]] .
 
The [[Keystoners]] are a [[Senior Drum Corps|senior drum corps]] based in Turbotville, [[Pennsylvania]] .
  
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* Formed in [[1946]] as The Milton American Legion Post 71 Drum and Bugle Corps.
 
* Formed in [[1946]] as The Milton American Legion Post 71 Drum and Bugle Corps.
  
* Adopted the name of "Keystoners" in [[1949]], and performed as a [[parade corps|street unit].
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* Adopted the name of "Keystoners" in [[1949]], and performed as a [[parade corps|street unit]].
  
 
* Entered field competition in [[1952]].
 
* Entered field competition in [[1952]].

Latest revision as of 17:14, 27 February 2007

The Keystoners are a senior drum corps based in Turbotville, Pennsylvania .

History

  • Formed in 1946 as The Milton American Legion Post 71 Drum and Bugle Corps.
  • Entered field competition in 1952.

Traditions

Trivia

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