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Junior high marching bands play at Providence Bowl Parade

Monday, September 29, 2008 | 10:36 a.m. CDT; updated 11:21 p.m. CDT, Monday, September 29, 2008
Zeke Rachow, left, and Stephen Turban prepare for the Providence Bowl Parade on Friday, Sept. 26. This is the first time for Oakland Junior High School, West Junior High School, and Jefferson Junior High School will march in a parade.

For the eighth graders in Columbia's junior high school bands, Friday's Providence Bowl Parade was their first public marching experience. The three junior high marching bands, alongside the high school bands, also played the national anthem at the rivalry game. These are some of the photos from the event.

West Junior High School marching band warms up before the Providence Bowl Parade on Friday, Sept. 26.
Timothy Virgil performs during the Providence Bowl Parade on Friday, Sept. 26.
Oakland Junior High School marching band parades on Broadway during the Providence Bowl Parade on Friday, Sept. 26.
Lena Piazz-Leman performs on the trombone before the Providence Bowl Parade on Friday, Sept. 26.
From left, drum director Travis Cearley gives Shaun Gladney's strap a final check before going to the Providence Bowl parade on Friday, Sept. 26. This is the first time for Oakland Junior High School, West Junior High School and Jefferson Junior High School marched in a parade.

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