William Tennent Marching Band Association is holding a Go Bananas Frozen Yogurt fundraiser from Feb. 15 to Feb. 17.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Friday, December 21, 2012
The band members took the stage at the high school's auditorium to give parents and friends a preview of what they will perform in Florida next week.
The William Tennent Marching Band ended its 2012-2013 season in style with a special performance for family and friends at the high school's auditorium Thursday night. Led by music director Joseph Lovecchio and drum major Zach Santilli, the band played selections from its competition program, then offered a sneak preview of what they will playing during next week's road trip. "We have a lot of wonderful memories from this season," said Lovecchio. "We've come a long way between August and now." The band has been invited to play during the halftime show at the Russell Athletic Bowl on Dec. 28 in Orlando, Fla. They will be part of the classic rock spectacle while the players from Rutgers and Virginia Tech take a breather. "There's going to be…
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Marching bands from around the area will showcase their musical talents and showmanship tonight at the high school stadium in Warminster.
In just a few short hours, the lights at William Tennent's Alumni stadium will be shining on eight area marching bands as they each take the field during the Celebration of Bands to perform carefully choreographed setpieces that combine musical ability with the discipline and concentration necessary to stay in formation. Competitors coming from Pennridge, Truman, Cherry Hill East, Council Rock North and South, Pottstown and Neshaminy will battle for awards in categories such as best drum major and best band front. The winner of best overall effects will receive a sepcial Marine Corps Flag, according to Mark Witzigman, chairman of the Celebration of Bands committee of the William Tennent Marching Band Association. Since Tennent is the host…
Saturday, September 24, 2011
A pancake breakfast was held Saturday morning to raise funds for the William Tennent Marching Band.
The Upper Southampton Applebee's hosted a "Flapjack Fundraiser" for the the William Tennent Marching Band Saturday morning. The procedes from this morning's $7.00 per-person breakfast, that featured all you can eat pancakes, sausage, coffee/tea/juice, will go toward future band trips, a year-end banquet and the purchase of special equipment, said organizers. One of the special piece of equipment that the 45 member band is looking to purchase is a golf cart to help quickly haul bulky band equipment on-and-off the field during football games -- a task which parents currently do by hand. Diane McKain, president of the band, and Angela Gartland, vice president, both said they were thrilled to see the 100 or so community members come out to …
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
The band will spend the next few days performing in Virginia and Washington, D.C.
William Tennent High School held a “bon-voyage” ceremony Wednesday night, as the marching band was preparing to pack their bags and hit the road on a trip that has scheduled performances in Virginia and Washington D.C. The marching band will participate in a grand feature parade on Saturday at the 84th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival. The festival is held in Winchester, Va., in the Northern Shenandoah Valley. The marching band will be judged along with 22 other visiting ensembles. This is the first year that the marching band has had the unique opportunity to participate in the competition. Due to the high school currently undergoing reconstruction, the Fine Arts Festival that is held at the school every year in the spring has been …