New Inductees announced for Class of
Astronaut Christopher Ferguson, who marched in the percussion section of
the Philadelphia PAL Cadets in the mid-1970s, will be inducted into the
World Drum Corps Hall of Fame in August for Distinguished Professional
Achievement, a new membership category.
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ABOUT THE WORLD DRUM
CORPS HALL OF FAME
A non-profit organization dedicated to the proposition of honoring those
persons and Drum and Bugle corps, who over the years, have contributed
to the development and excellence of the Drum and Bugle Corps activity
by individual and collective effort.
It is resolved that this organization will seek to preserve the history
of Drum and Bugle Corps from the past, throughout the present and into
the future, and enhance and support the Drum and Bugle corps fraternity.
Candidates for induction are chosen for their efforts in the categories
of, but not limited to: Arranging, Designing, Instruction,
Administration, Adjudication, Innovation and contest Promotion.
Founded in 1976, The World Drum Corps Hall Of Fame is entirely
self-supporting. The goal of the organization is to induct new members
each year and select the Senior and Junior Drum and Bugle Corps of the
The membership has always been encouraged to lend their efforts and
experience to any persons, corps or organizations desiring assistance in
the enhancement and continuance of Drum & Bugle corps as an important
medium of spectacular entertainment.
The World Drum Corps Hall Of Fame firmly believes recognition should be
accorded those who continue to devote their time, talent and efforts in
making Drum and Bugle corps an enjoyable and rewarding experience for
persons of all ages, whether they be competitor or spectator.