Color Guard Member Overcomes Disability

| October 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

We always love to hear stories about how inclusive our activity is – and about the wonderful coaches and team members who are making sure that performers with a variety of abilities are able to be a part of the marching arts family.

This story was shared on our facebook page wall by reader Patrick Donahue. ┬áIt’s a news story about one unique performer and her very special color guard family out of Murfreesboro, TN posted by WSMV.com Nashville 4.

 

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Catina Anderson is the founder/editor of the Colorguard Educators blog. Color guard has been part of her life for almost 25 years. She began coaching in 1994 and worked with the Broad Run High School color guard in Northern VA from 1998 until 2010. She has also written for Halftime Magazine and served on the Executive Board of the Atlantic Indoor Association. A former teacher, she enjoys sharing what she has learned and hopes to encourage others to share as well. Together we can create even more positive experiences for performers and help to collectively strengthen marching arts activities worldwide.

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