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CCGC Spring Meeting Update

Hello CCGC Directors and Instructional Staff, My name is Ryan Schlieper, and I'm the incoming President of the California Color Guard Circuit as a result of the spring meeting elections held yesterday, May 19, 2019 at Independence High School. I'm taking this time to communicate to the membership on the departures of Dee Ariza and Lee Carpenter from the Executive Board. Dee has been the heart of the organization for decades and was honored at this past season's Championships for her lifetime of service to the circuit. Without the guidance and expertise of Dee and her late husband Harry, this circuit would more than likely not exist. Her energy and passion to serve the member units and

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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