The Lewis County High School Marching Minutemen held their 2018 band camp at Selbyville again this year.
The 85 member band will be performing “You Can Call Me Al,” “Urban,” “The House of the Rising Sun,” and finishing with “Desperado.” Student solos will be featured, as well as the drum line on “Urban.”
Drum majors this year are Rachel Hall and Charlotte
Dotson, who earned the spots after beating out seven others. They were selected by a four-person team of judges.
The band is directed by LCHS alumnus Allen Heath. Section leaders are: Flute, Madison Chapman; Clarinet, Ashley Batten and Abigail Conrad; Middle Voice, Cheyenne Henline; Trumpet, Joseph Hewitt and Zach Turner; Low Brass, Caleb Seckman and Mason Atha; Drum Line, Collin Dodson and Ryan Post-Overton; Color Guard, Kelsey Snyder and Katie Jones.
This year’s band camp staff included: Woodwind, Billy Titus; Middle Voice, Linda Goldsmith and Natalie Gatian; Trumpet, Adam Loudin; Low Brass, Logan Lindsey; Drum Line, Travis Jewell and Katelyn Gatian; Color Guard, Krista Adkins and Christy Lybarger; Feature Twirler, Arlene Fraley; Drum Major, Tracy Alfred; Camp nurse, Shelia Mills.
Chaperones were Leslie Godfrey, Lou Ann Mick, and Tamara Skidmore.
The band will be traveling to Bridgeport for the opening game of the LCHS Minutemen on Aug. 24, at 7 p.m.