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WOODSIDERS NOW ON FACEBOOK!!

As you may know, Alumni are trying to get a gang of Woodsiders together in Wildwood the weekend of June 15. Check out the Facebook page for up to the minute information and correspondence. 

Woodsiders now have a facebook page! Great place to connect with long lost friends, discussions and more photos! just cut and paste the following to your browser.
http://www.facebook.com/search/?q=woodsiders&init=quick#/group.php?gid=248889418434&ref=search&sid=1088036667.893278781..1



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Our Lady of Good Counsel cira 1949

Welcome to the Woodsiders Drum & Bugle Corps web page. If you have photos of the Woodsiders or ANY Garden State Corps, or Jersey/Penn/New Your Corps from the 40s, 50s ,60s and 70s, feel free to email me and I will incorporate them. Jim

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1964 Woodsiders of Newark

The original Woodsider site was started by Rich DaSilva in 1998, sadly Rich left us in 2005. With his brothers help, we were able to save most of the original web site contents. Rich and Ron were Woodsiders in the late 50s to mid 60s. Most of the photos in this site were taken by Ron who continued blend his photographic skills with his Drum Corps hobby for many years.

Special thanks to all that helped getting this set up and providing photos and support: Laura Tracy-Coll, Bob Marshman, Tom Doyle, Ed Brobst, Walt Whalen, Jeff Lawler, John Generelli and especially Ron Da Silva.


Jim Duggan
Woodsider 71/72
Kearny Pioneer 66/69
Garfield 73
Blue Star Cadets Director 85-89
Minnesota Brass 90-2005

Brio Brass 2011- present

Last updated April 26, 2014

DRUM CORPS PLANET

If your into drum corps history cut and paste the address below in your browsers. It takes you to Drum Corps Planet historical discussions. There are thousands of pictures and great stories of corps from the 30s to present with heavy dose of 60s,to 80s. You will no doubt find old friends here. Enjoy! http://www.drumcorpsplanet.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=62667