Crossmen drum and bugle corps
- 'Hike up your dress.' Can a youth activity beset by a sex scandal fix itself?
- Crossmen (Drum and Bugle Corps)
'Hike up your dress.' Can a youth activity beset by a sex scandal fix itself?
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In , a Florida high school teacher named Joel Moody decided to text a student he was enamored of. It was one of a number of sexually charged messages he sent the teen, texts egregious enough that Florida education officials stripped Moody of his teaching license. His behavior has been less troubling to Fred Morrison, the drum and bugle corps director who hired Moody in Morrison, executive director of the Crossmen of San Antonio, Texas, has since promoted Moody to assistant director, a position that oversees scores of teens and young adults. Get the news you need to start your day.
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Clad in knee-high black boots, a long cape, a red dress and a gold-winged headpiece, she sounded a Viking horn, setting off the story of maidens who chose heroes who were worthy to go to Valhalla. The Valkyrie, an all-female color guard, followed her, twirling flags and brandishing shields as rows of brass and percussion players quick-stepped into a series of intricate formations. Then the queen swept her cape in the air as she switched her persona to head drum major Lydia Marshall. This was the moment they had practiced long hours for. Their faces never showed how rigorous the preparation was or how it was one of the hardest things they had ever done. At that moment, their thoughts were to power through, no matter what.
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