West Genesee Wildcat Marching Band, Camillus New York

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The Wildcat Marching Band is a nationally acclaimed high school marching band from Camillus, New York, a suburb of Syracuse. The Wildcats have placed first in New York State 35 times (33 formal championships) in the competition's 41 year history. The Wildcats have earned first place in the Falls Church Tournament of Bands and the St. Petersburg Festival of States as National Champions 3 times, appeared in the Washington Cherry Blossom Festival Parade, several nationally televised Buffalo Bills and Jets games, and participated in 25 BOA regional and national competitions, winning Class AA regionals 3 times and Grand National Class AA 1st place in 1990.

The Alumni Association holds a reunion every 5 years, bringing back nearly 500 marchers and over 1000 people total from all over the world to march again with this great organization. This is the largest high school marching band reunion anywhere in the world (as far as we know) in terms of attendance. Our next reunion is in 2016. Our 50th anniversary!

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