Mon., October 07, 2019
Mt. Pleasant band
Submitted photo courtesy of Dave Schneider The Mt. Pleasant High School Panther Marching Band traveled to Missouri Saturday to participate in the Monroe City Marching Festival. They placed second in the parade marching competition and second in the field show competition, winning caption awards for Best Color Guard and Best Visuals. Mt. Pleasant placed first in the indoor drumline competition while the color guard placed second in indoor competition. The Panther Marching Band will next be competing in the Clark County Parade of Champions in Saturday, Oct. 12, in Kahoka, Missouri.
Submitted photo courtesy of Dave Schneider Mt. Pleasant High School Panther Marching Band drum majors Paige Stater, left, and Erin Andreasen, with the six trophies won at the competition Saturday, Oct. 5, in Monroe City, Missouri.
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