Monthly Archives: June 2005

"Thank You" Weekend Features Chatham Citadel Band

As a "Thank You" to the businesses and public of the Hythe community and surrounding areas for their support of The Salvation Army, Councillor Richard Carroll (who serves as the Bandmaster at the Hythe Corps) facilitated a visit from the Chatham Citadel Band on the weekend of 18–19 June 2005. This annual event is held  Read more

Hythe Music Sections Visit Glasgow

Report by Bandmaster Richard Carroll, Hythe Corps I must start this short write up with a huge word of thanks to everyone who upheld our visit to Glasgow West Corps in prayer. Please be assured that your prayers were answered, the presence of the Holy Spirit was so evident. In both concerts the band and  Read more

Great American Brass Band Festival 2005

The 17th annual Great American Brass Band Festival was held in Danville, Kentucky 10 - 12 June 2005. The festival, held primarily on the campus of Centre College, is hosted by the Advocate Brass Band, based in Danville.  Read more

Hunger No More: An Interfaith Convocation

The National Capital Band (Bandmaster James Anderson) supported Hunger No More: An Interfaith Convocation, held at the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, DC, on Monday, 6 June 2005.  Read more

Portsmouth Citadel CD Release

The Portsmouth Citadel Band of the Salvation Army, celebrating their 125th anniversary this year, has released a new recording, entitled A Journey Through Time.  Read more

Anglia Golden Oldies Reach Yorkshire

A delighted congregation filled St. Nicholas Church, Rawmarsh, when the Parkgate Corps of The Salvation Army hosted the Anglia Golden Oldies Band on Saturday, 14 May 2005.  Read more

Pine Rivers Weekend in Casino

The Pine Rivers Community Band of the Salvation Army (Bandmaster Garry Hughes) journeyed to Casino, New South Wales, for a special weekend 29 April – 1 May 2005. Joining the band as special guest was cornetist and conductor Rodney Everitt.  Read more

Friday Evening Festival in Penge

Major George Whittingham and the South London Fellowship Band traveled to Penge on Friday, 13 May 2005 for a concert at the Salvation Army hall. The event was arranged by Friends of Glebe Court, a group of volunteers who support the Salvation Army’s Eventide Home in Lewisham, South London.  Read more