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1st Annual Pageantry Swap Meet May 19th

On Sunday, May 19 at Independence High School in San Jose, The California Color Guard Circuit will host the first ever Pageantry Swap Meet. The Swap Meet will run from 1-3pm and is open to ALL pageantry units through-out Northern California regardless of their circuit affiliation!!! If your unit is interested in selling, trading or giving away performance tarps, flags, rifles, uniforms, sabers, props, percussion equipment, mallets, stands or any other guard, percussion, or pageantry items, then contact us through our Facebook Page (California Color Guard Circuit) by May 5. We need to have an accurate count of how many spaces to provide. THERE IS NO COST TO THE SELLERS (or donors) for a sp

New Champions In Our Midst

CCGC would like to issue a HUGE congratulations to all units performing at WGI Percussion finals this past weekend. One particular highlight was Price Charter taking the gold in the Scholastic A Concert Percussion Class. Linked is the story from WGI.org on this very special group. CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY ON WGI.ORG

Vanguard Music and Performing Arts Looking for Used Floor Tarps

Hey there CCGC Unit Directors and Instructors! Vanguard Music and Performing Arts is looking to take your well used floor tarps off your hands. Do you have floor tarps that you are looking to get rid of please contact Ben Nadler @ bnadler@scvanguard.org to arrange for pick up.

Another Amazing CCGC Season Has Concluded! (with Dayton report from Lee as well)

Hello CCGC'ers! It's been an amazing season of growth for the circuit and more important for all of the performing members of each and every unit participating in it. Here's a summary from CCGC President Lee Carpenter (who wrote it on the road for judging WGI finals!). Championships Greetings from Dayton Ohio … more on that in a bit THANK-YOU to Ken Ponticelli and the Independence Crew for hosting the Color Guard Championships. The day went very smoothly with many outstanding performances. THANK-YOU to Chris Moura and the Oak Grove crew for hosting the Percussion Championships. The day also went very smoothly with amazing performances. The groups were all very prepared for the day. I’m

THE CIRCUIT OF CHAMPIONS

The California Color Guard Circuit was established in 1964 with the objective "to promote color guard contests, thereby perpetuating pageantry and effectiveness of the member units".

2019 will mark the 56th season of competition for the Circuit. The C.C.G.C. has grown from the six charter units; Sacramento Capitolaires, Stockton Police Cadets, Raleys Raiders, Richmond Hawks,
Praetoriansand
the Rhythmettes, to a circuit of over 50 Color Guard units competing in 9 different classifications and over 25 percussion units in 8 different classifications.
 

and 122 WGI finalists. The California Color Guard Circuit is medalistsThe C.C.G.C. has been the circuit of 29 World Champions, 52 WGI truly, The Circuit of Champions.

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