• Thank you for such great performances at Championships
  • For groups moving on to World Championships good luck and safe travels
  • Information regarding the spring meeting will be announced soon

Clinic opportunity

Clinic opportunity

As your school year is coming to a close, we are sure you are all planning for your fall marching season. 

As you plan, we all know the struggle with making sure each member of your fall program is equipped with the best skills available. One group often overlooked is the color guard. We have a solution for you!

Project Imagination Winter Guard is proud to present another installment of PROJECT COLOR GUARD. 

PROJECT COLOR GUARD is an all day clinic focusing on basics and techniques of color guard. Classes are offered in dance, rifle, sabre, and flag on three different ability levels; beginner, intermediate, and advanced. 

This clinic is COMPLETELY FREE to all participants. All classes are taught by highly trained instructors from Project Imagination Winter Guard and World class winter guards Lexis and Paramount. 

Project Imagination is the oldest independent unit in West Tennessee. They are currently back to back silver medalists in both the Independent Regional A class and the Independent A class. Project Imagination is also a WGI Regional finalist in both classes this past season. Lexis Winter Guard and Paramount World Winter Guard are WGI Championship finalists this season. 

This clinic is Saturday, June 17, 2017 at Denmark Elementary in Jackson, TN. Registration starts at 8:30 am with classes starting at 9:00 am. The day will conclude with a show and tell from all participants at 4:45 pm in the gym. Lunch is NOT provided. Each participant will need to bring their own lunch. 

Again, this clinic is COMPLETELY FREE to participants. Just email us at projectimagination@live.com with the participants names and classes they would like to attend. 

We look forward to working with you and your students!

Dare to Imagine,
Ann McGuire Cavin, Director
Project Imagination Winter Guards   

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