After a very exciting and successful 2013 season, the White Sabers Drum and Bugle Corps is already looking forward to the 2014 season.
When: Sunday December 1, 2013 at 9:00am
Where: Livingston County Highway Department, 4389 Gypsy Lane, Mount Morris, NY 14510
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We hope that everyone interested in being a part of the 2014 White Sabers joins us!
The White Sabers is one of the only tuition free Drum Corps out there. Who wouldn’t like to march for free!?
One of the other little known fact about the the White Sabers: We cook some of the best food in the activity!
Look at that pulled pork and those steaks! Don’t you want to be a part of that!?
After an undefeated season as well as placing first in preliminary competitions, the Dansville White Sabers went on to win 1st place in Class A championship competition with a score of 85.93. Additionally, the corps won the captions of High Visual, High Percussion, High Guard, High Brass and High Music Effect. The Dansville White Sabers has been a competitive corps in DCA since 2005, and this is their first championship. First and foremost, we would like to thank all of our fans, new and old, for supporting us in this endeavor.
We would like to thank The Govenaires as well as the other Class A corps for providing a wonderful season of competition. We would also like to congratulate the Reading Buccaneers for winning Open Class championships with a score of 98.43.
In addition, this championship weekend was especially emotional for our neighbors and friends, the Empire Statesmen from Rochester, NY. This weekend marked the end of their final competitive season, in which they truly showed the drum corps world how a drum corps becomes a legacy and tradition of entertainment. Thank you for these 30 years.
You can still see all the excitement and Drum Corps shows!
The DCA Fan Network will be streaming the Mini Corps competition, Prelims and Finals live!
As the White Sabers prepare for DCA weekend in Annapolis we want to take a moment to remember a great man who is no longer with us.
Joseph Vito Geswaldo
August 6, 1960 – December 18, 2012
Joseph was a graduate of Christians Brothers Academy. After school, Joseph worked in his family-owned business Geswaldo & Desocio Electric for many years. He found another family at Cooper Crouse Hinds where he worked in customer relations. Joseph touched the lives of many people. He was actively involved with the success of the Syracuse Brigadiers Drum Corps & worked for Drum Corps Association as Class A Coordinator. He was a member of OMECA & Van Buren Republican Club. He was a parishioner at Blessed Sacrament in Syracuse.