The Crawford County Marching Wolfpack 2014 Program:
The Crawford County Marching Wolfpack will be hosting the second annual Season Preview Festival on Saturday, September 6th, 2014. The show will begin at 7 pm at Breeden Field of Crawford County Junior-Senior High School in Marengo.
The show is a festival style, non-competitive event that will feature local area bands looking to get their first performance of the season in a low-pressure, yet fun learning environment.
All band members and staff will get to watch each other perform, get to meet each other, and will even be putting on some MASS ensembles! The audience is SURE to be delighted!
Tickets are just $5 and $3 to children 12 and under and seniors 60+. Kids 4 and under get in free.
BANDS LOOKING TO ENTER: Please go to our Festival Page and fill out the form! Entry is free!
PARENT/FAMILY VOLUNTEERS: Please go to our Volunteer Page and fill out the simple forms!
We look forward to seeing you on the 6th for an evening of some wonderful kids and wonderful music!
Join the 1st Annual CCMW Ultimate 5K Run/Walk!!!
The morning of Sept. 6th, 2014, the CCMW will host the 1st Annual Ultimate 5K Run/Walk. The race will be held at the Crawford County Jr/Sr HS Cross Country course......one of the finest in southern Indiana!
Pre-registration for all ages is $25 (before Aug. 30th), and $30 after, including race-day registration. Registration gets you a free CCMW Ultimate 5K T-Shirt and a free ticket to the Preview Festival that night! Read more and register here!
Crawford County Marching Arts program encompasses the Marching Band, Colorguard, and Drumline activities of Crawford County Jr/Sr High School in Marengo, IN. The program, founded in 2006, strives to teach life lessons through a competitive music education setting.
In the fall of 2006, the Marching Wolfpack made its competitive debut in Corydon, IN. Getting dead last by many points, the band program set out on a goal to have constant improvement. At the end of the year, they finished with a Silver rating at the ISSMA Festival Class show, a non-competitive but state run invitational. In 2007, just one year after their debut at the same location, the Marching Wolfpack won their class at the Corydon invitational sweeping all captions.
Silver ratings at the ISSMA district contest in Jasper, IN followed in 2007 (class C) and 2008 (class D) as the band grew in size and quality. In 2009, armed for the first time with a full staff, the band took the next step and advanced with a Gold rating at the ISSMA district contest (class D) and performed at the ISSMA Regional contest in Evansville. In 2012 the band advanced on to Semi-State for the first time in school history, mere points behind a coveted State Finals spot. They repeated that feat in 2013.
The Marching Arts operates the Colorguard and Winterguard program. The Winterguard competes annually in several TriState Circuit shows, while the colorguard performs in the fall with the marching band. Coming from a guard of 0 in 2005, to 16 in the program in 2012, the guard has seen its share of growth over the years.
Also under the Marching Arts umbrella is the drumline and Winter Drumline. The Winter Drumline is a group focused on the continuing education and growth of the percussion program, and serves as a tool to prepare the percussionists for the rigors and demands of the fall marching season. Also performing in the TriState Circuit, the group earned a Silver Medal at the 2013 Class B championships.
The 2014 season looks promising, as the band returns a large percentage of students and staff, and welcomes in a new class of excited young students. Watch out for the CCMW this fall, as it looks to take 'the next step' towards State Finals with their program "Everyday Heroes."