Coming Full Circle - Crossmen Alumni Association / Club Unity





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Uploaded on Jul 28, 2010

For 35 years, thousands of people have called the Crossmen "home." With alumni ranging from 44 states and 7 countries, the history of the Crossmen represents a truly unique tapestry of people and personalities. And while the geographic home of the Crossmen has migrated from the northeast's Lehigh and Delaware Valley to the land of the Alamo in the Lone Star State, the connection to the Spirit of the Crossmen has remained intact and stronger than ever for the dedicated performers who wear the Cross each year. Meet some members of the 2010 Crossmen and hear their stories of shared experiences and family that Crossmen alumni from all generations can identify with.

The major mission of the Crossmen Alumni Association is the development of charitable contributions exclusively for the Crossmen World Class Drum Corps. Our secondary mission is the social interaction of Crossmen Alumni marching members, administration, and instructional staff to support and preserve the heritage of the Crossmen.

Club Unity is the annual donor membership and recognition program for the Crossmen World Class Drum Corps. By joining Club Unity each year, you will assist in the growth and development of the Crossmen as well as new program offerings of Crossmen Productions, Inc. Your contributions directly help offset the costs associated with travel, instruction, nutrition, and care of all current and future members of the Crossmen. Club Unity is open to all supporters: friends, fans, family and alumni.

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