by Kurt Hildebrand

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August 8, 2013
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Tiger band claws way back

The conductor may have dropped the baton, but music hasn’t stopped at Douglas High School. Marching band students volunteered for eight-hour practices Thursday and today to try and make up the time lost when former Music Director Bill Zabelsky suddenly quit for the same job at Carson High School. “You can’t fault them for their enthusiasm,” Douglas Principal Marty Swisher told band parents on Wednesday. “We have great kids, and together we are trying to rebuild this program.” About 50 parents and students gathered in the high school commons to talk about the band’s future. “I’ve had a couple of …

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