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NEW Crossmen Alumni Association website!

Post by gcuzz99 » Mon Nov 19, 2007 4:04 pm

The Crossmen Alumni Association is proud to announce the launch of our brand new website!

As the Crossmen once again forge ahead as an independent corps, the CAA is prepared to forge ahead alongside them. A new look, some new features, and when it's all said and done, the single most comprehensive site devoted to supporting and preserving the heritage of one of drum corps' great survivors.

Stay up to date with all the news and events surrounding the CAA and the Crossmen. Browse through our archives, with corps and staff rosters, photo galleries, scores from the shows, and recaps from the corps' twenty-two DCI Finals appearances.

View our Hall of Fame page, with listings of all the past members of the Crossmen Hall of Fame. You can even learn how you can nominate someone for induction in the Class of 2008.

And don't forget to check out our newest and most exciting feature, the Crossmen Alumni Forums. This will be THE place where Crossmen members, past and present, can meet, discuss, and share all things Crossmen. This area of the site will also be used by the CAA to make official announcements and gather feedback. Create your free member account and start chatting with your old Bones buddies TODAY!

Not a member of the Crossmen Alumni Association? That's OK. You can join the CAA online! Membership will require a $25 fee to be paid annually, or a lifetime membership fee of $300. You can pay via check or online through PAYPAL.

We can't begin to tell you how excited we are as we enter this new era. Whether your time with the corps was spent at Boeing Beach or Embryville, Newark HS in Delaware or Ronald Reagan HS in Texas, you are all welcome here. The key to Crossmen perseverence is and always has been UNITY. Now more than ever before, we need for ALL Crossmen alumni to come together to help us make sure that the corps' return to independent status is not only successful on and off the field, but more importantly, PERMANENT.

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The major mission of the Crossmen Alumni Association is the development of charitable contributions exclusively for the Crossmen Drum & Bugle Corps.

Our secondary mission is the social interaction of Crossmen Alumni marching members, administration, and instructional staff to support and preserve the heritage of the Crossmen.
Gary Cuzzocrea
Crossmen Hornline 1990-1992
Crossmen Alumni Association Internet Coordinator
http://www.crossmenalumni.org

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