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The Tuesday evening rehearsal has been re-scheduled to Thursday due to the weather and school closing.

The Bazaar is History

On Saturday, November 7th, we held the 18th Annual Holiday Bazaar, which benefits the music program at Pine Creek. We had 126 Vendors, food, and entertainment. It was one of our best Bazaars in recent history.

Thanks for all of our vendors, customers and helpers for making this such a great success.

Next year's Bazaar is tentatively scheduled for November 5, 2016. zinformation will be avilable shortly for those vendors who want to reserve their spot now.

STATE 2015 - The Results are In!

The PIne Creek Eagles Marching Band finished off their competative season this past weekend at the State 4A Marching Band Competition at CSU in Fort Collins. Under sunny skies and near perfect temperatures, the Eagles finished in 10th place overall for the third year in a row. While we were disappointed in not making finals, the Eagles are extremely proud of their two performances on Friday and Saturday. As they say, "we left everything out on the field those days!"

To end the night Saturday, the Band and parents enjoyed a great meal at Cinzzetti's in Northglenn, who graciously accomodated our extra parents during a very busy night. And the food was excellent as well! It's a stop the band always enjoys when we travel up north.

We have one more outdoor performance at the football game on November 5th which is also Senior Night. Come out and see the award-winning Pine Creek Eagles Marching Band in their performance of "Origins."

State Week

It all comes down to this week for the Pine Creek Marching Eagles. After a respectable 5th place finish at the Harrison Marching Invitational this past Saturday, preparations have begun for the journey to State Finals this weekend in Fort Collins. We have a busy week of rehearsals, so it's important to get plenty of rest in between practice and school work. See the Weekly Margrave Message for the schedule.

PARENTS: Please come out and support the Band at these events. Don't forget to sign up at VolunteerSpot, if you are a parent. We need your help!


We're In

The Pine Creek Marching Eagles competed in Wednesday Night's Southern Regional qualifer for the State Marching Band Championships on March 23/24 at CSU in Fort Collins. We finished in 5th place among 4A bands with a score of 67.25. That puts us in 11th place overall in the State and well into the top 18 bands that will vie for the State Championship. YAY BAND! Next up is the Harrison Marching Invitational on Saturday October 17th as we prepare for State Week next week. The Marching Eagles will be fighting to be in the top 8 to perform at the State Finals Saturday October 24th!

Don't forget we have a Football Game vs. Liberty Thursday, October 15th.

Please come out and support the Band at these events. Don't forget to sign up at VolunteerSpot, if you are a parent. We need your help!

Our First Performance Under the Belt

The Pine Creek Eagles Marching Band competed in our first competition this past Saturday, September 26th at the Legend Marching Festival in Thornton. We placed 6th in the 4A preliminary competition and did not make finals. Overall, the band was pleased with its first performance in competition, but we're looking forward to getting back to work this week to put the rest of the show together and tune up our performance for this weekend's activities.

We have our Homecoming Football game on Friday, October 2nd at D20 Stadium against versus Vista Ridge High School. And on Saturday, October 3rd, we'll be competing in the Douglas County Marching Invitational. Due to Homecoming, we'll only be competing in the preliminary round.

Thanks have to go to all the parents who came out to help and support the band on Saturday. The Food Crew and Pit Crew were awesome and the Chaperones went easy on the kids again....

Signup for This Week's Activities

Please go to the VolunteerSpot and sign up for this week's activities. Remember, parents, each family is asked to put in 10 hours of help for the reduced band fee.




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