Showcasing talent on Color Guard Day

Messenger photos by Dedra Cordle
The first annual Color Guard Day took place on May 11 at Central Crossing High School where more than 50 budding students learned the basics of this performing art. For six hours, instructors from each school led novice to advance lessons on the types of skills involved and then encouraged them to showcase their skills to an encouraging crowd. Shown here, Color Guard Tech Dalton Stout demonstrates a jump move with the saber.
Central Crossing junior Libby Wallace watches as elementary and intermediate students show some sass while learning flag technique.
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