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Austin Stehley, center, on mellophone, is flanked by tuba players Hope Mohring and Max Kaufman as they add some power to marching band practice. (John Armstrong/Gettysburg Times)

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  • ALL ABOUT THAT BRASS

    ALL ABOUT THAT BRASS

    Austin Stehley, center, on mellophone, is flanked by tuba players Hope Mohring and Max Kaufman as they add some power to marching band practice. (John Armstrong/Gettysburg Times)

  • CONCENTRATION

    CONCENTRATION

    CONCENTRATION — Saxophone player Miranda Snelbecker and baritnoe player Spencer Edmonson get serious during a recent marching band practice. (John Armstrong/Gettysburg Times)

  • ALL EYES HERE

    ALL EYES HERE

    Clarinet player Andrea Bergmann and Nathaniel Karom, on mellophone, keep their eyes on the director. (John Armstrong/Gettysburg Times)

  • MARCH THIS WAY

    MARCH THIS WAY

    MARCH THIS WAY — Baritone player Olivia Snelbecker marches during a recent band practice. (John Armstrong/Gettysburg Times)

  • CHECKING LINES

    CHECKING LINES

    CHECKING LINES — Guard member Cassie Caldwell checks the drill book to see if her guard members are in place. (John Armstrong/Gettysburg Times)

  • SWEET SMILE

    SWEET SMILE

    SWEET SMILE — Freshman trumpet player Kaitlyn Bergmann keeps her focus during a recent practice. (John Armstrong/Gettysburg Times)

  • IN THE PIT

    IN THE PIT

    IN THE PIT — Percussionists Brandon Hoover, vibraphone, and Hannah Peterson, xylophone, rehearse during a recent marching band practice. (John Armstrong/Gettysburg Times)

  • HIS TURN AT THE WHEEL —

    HIS TURN AT THE WHEEL —

    Senior Sam McDermott heads into the 2015 season as the starting quarterback for Gettysburg College. The Bullets open the season on Friday night, when they travel to Virginia to face Bridgewater College. (David Sinclair photograph)

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  • Scholarship to honor Dr. Krablin's career

    Scholarship to honor Dr. Krablin's career

    BELOVED DOC - Dr. Ronald Krablin, center, was recently honored for his many decades of service to the Gettysburg community. Krablin is surrounded by his family members, from left: Ron Krablin, Tim Krablin, Zenaida Krablin, and Austin Krablin. (John Armstrong/Gettysburg Times)

  • Family and friends recall Propst's caring nature

    Family and friends recall Propst's caring nature

    Charles Propst Jr., of Gettysburg, passed away on Sunday. (Jim Hale/Gettysburg Times)

  • Best Western to replace Steinwehr Ave. inn

    Best Western to replace Steinwehr Ave. inn

    REPLACEMENT PLANNED - Plans are in place to demolish America's Best Value Inn at 301 Steinwehr Ave. in Gettysburg and replace it with a new Best Western motel of similar size. (Jim Hale/Gettysburg Times)

  • Kicking up dust

    Kicking up dust

    REPAIRS - A crew from Ralph E. Tolbert Masonry worked to repair the steps at Christ Chapel on North Washington Street on the Gettysburg College campus Tuesday. (John Armstrong/Gettysburg Times)

  • Colonial marchers letting off 'Steam!'

    Colonial marchers letting off 'Steam!'

    ROLL OFF - The New Oxford High School Marching Band drum corps was ready to roll on Tuesday, Aug. 4, at band camp. (Tom Fontana/Gettysburg Times)

  • Colonial marchers letting off 'Steam!'

    Colonial marchers letting off 'Steam!'

    BAND LEADER - Senior Mac Anderson, co-drum major for the New Oxford High School Marching Band, works on his conducting skills at band camp on Aug. 4. (Tom Fontana/Gettysburg Times)

  • Colonial marchers letting off 'Steam!'

    Colonial marchers letting off 'Steam!'

    ALL ABOUT THE BASS - The lowest of the low brass in the New Oxford High School Marching Band kept the bass line moving at band camp on Tuesday, Aug. 4. Left to right are Dylan McCann, Evan Johnston, Christopher Messinger, and Chad Fleming. (Tom Fontana/Gettysburg Times

  • Colonial marchers letting off 'Steam!'

    Colonial marchers letting off 'Steam!'

    IN STEP - The woodwind section of the New Oxford High School Marching Band drilled in step at band camp on Tuesday, Aug. 4. (Tom Fontana/Gettysburg Times)

  • Colonial marchers letting off 'Steam!'

    Colonial marchers letting off 'Steam!'

    TOP TWINS - The theme on Tuesday, Aug. 4, at the week-long band camp of the New Oxford Marching Colonials was 'Twins Day,' with full participation by co-drum majors Mac Anderson, left, and Josh Coutts. (Tom Fontana/Gettysburg Times)

  • Music and movement at Vida

    Music and movement at Vida

    CLAP YOUR HANDS - Jack Steiner, the music and movement teacher at Vida Charter School, leads first graders from Amy Mills' class in a music lesson Monday. (John Armstrong/Gettysburg Times)

  • Music and movement at Vida

    Music and movement at Vida

    CIRCLE TIME - Vida music teacher Jack Steiner chats with students during class Monday. (John Armstrong/Gettysburg Times)

  • Learning the routine

    Learning the routine

    With sheet music books slung over their shoulders, Biglerville High School marching band members rehearsed recently. (Jim Hale/Gettysburg Times)

  • Big brass

    Big brass

    A big brass sound rang out as Biglerville High School Marching Band members polished their program for this year. (Jim Hale/Gettysburg Times)

  • IN THE PIT

    IN THE PIT

    A Biglerville High School Marching Band member perfects her part. (Jim Hale/Gettysburg Times)

  • In line

    In line

    Different instruments blend their sounds during a recent band practice. (Jim Hale/Gettysburg Times )

  • Flying high

    Flying high

    Color guard members hone their flag skills during a recent marching band practice at Biglerville High School. (Jim Hale/Gettysburg Times)

  • Routine

    Routine

    Color guard members and instrumentalists worked together during a recent practice at Biglerville High School. (Jim Hale/Gettysburg Times)

  • On the move

    On the move

    Musicians were on the move during a practice at Biglerville High School. (Jim Hale/Gettysburg Times )

  • TOOLS OF THE SURVEY

    TOOLS OF THE SURVEY

    Living historians portraying Jeremiah Dixon, at left, and Charles Mason, explain how the Mary Penn came to be located in both Maryland and Pennsylvania at Mason and Dixon Day at the Mary-Penn Bed and Breakfast Saturday. (John Armstrong/Gettysburg Times)

  • CREEK

    CREEK

    Two Native American warriors make their way across Marsh Creek following a skirmish at Mason and Dixon Day Saturday. (John Armstrong/Gettysburg Times)

  • Fire!

    Fire!

    Re-enactors skirmish during one of two battles Saturday. (John Armstrong/Gettysburg Times)

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