Moving On

While it may seem bittersweet that so many talent young men and women have moved on with a number of other organizations, the Pacific Crest Drum and Bugle Corps would like to take a moment and wish our members from years past a [Read more…]

Behind The Crest – Episode 5

Episode 5 of Behind the Crest – a podcast series offering a behind-the-scenes view of Southern California’s ONLY DCI World Class drum and bugle corps.

Series host Matt Lackey continues his conversation with Executive Director Stuart Pompel. They discuss Pacific Crest’s programs and the operations of the organization. Click the link below to listen now.

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Food Donations Requested for So Cal Sneak Preview

We need your help! Pacific Crest is sponsoring the So Cal Sneak Preview on Saturday, June 16, at Glen A. Wilson High School in Hacienda Heights.  The evening includes a spaghetti dinner and sneak preview performances from our Southern California drum corps — Gold, Impulse, VK, and Pacific Crest.

We’re seeking donors for the items below.  Please enter your desired donation(s).  In appreciation for your contribution, you’ll receive a ticket to the event.

Photos Posted: Puttin’ for PC 2012

This past Sunday, Pacific Crest fans enjoyed a beautiful Southern California afternoon at Golfer’s Paradise, that included a putting lesson from local golf pro Jay Lim, cupcakes and ice cream provided by PC alumni, and  an awards ceremony with great raffle prizes. Here are some photos from the event. [Read more…]

Behind The Crest – Episode 4

Episode 4 of Behind the Crest – a podcast series offering a behind-the-scenes view of Southern California’s ONLY DCI World Class drum and bugle corps.

Series host Matt Lackey sits down with Executive Director Stuart Pompel to discuss the day-to-day operations of a non-profit youth arts organization. Click the link below to listen now.

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Funding Gap Narrows to Only $4,830!

In November, we kicked off a campaign to raise $100,000 toward the purchase of new brass and percussion instruments. As of today, that funding gap has narrowed to only $4,830!

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