February Production Camp Recap
February 2019 brought the Boston Crusaders to The Colony High School, just outside of Dallas for the first of two Texas production camps. The Colony High School was an amazing host. In anticipation of the delivery of our 2019 Yamaha brass instruments, one of our 53 foot equipment trailers arrived early in the week. We receive great support from all of the folks at Yamaha and look forward to the arrival of the new percussion equipment at move-ins.
The visual team continued working on movement and marching under the watchful eye of Aaron Bailey. To assist with the physical demands of the visual program, Dr. Vivien Tucker and Jackie Stine, PT continued where we left off in January, working through individual health and physical assessments. The BAC medical team is taking shape for the summer. Dr. Vivien Tucker will do a substantial amount of time on the road, both move-in and tour. We have a range of professionals, nurses, physical therapists, and athletic trainers who will keep our members healthy on and off the field.
We had local Boston supporters travel to Dallas for the camp and it was great to have such a warm welcome and support from our Dallas family, friends and alumni. We return to The Colony on St. Patrick’s Day weekend for a brass only production camp, as WGI percussion season will be in full swing. The percussion and guard will be onsite at Lakewood Ranch, FL for the final production camp April 26-28.