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Holy Trinity Troubadours - 1958
The Holy Trinity Troubadours were formed as a feeder corps for the Cadets. Many of the people in
marched with the Cadets, for example, Ricky Rogers, front row left, became our last Drum Major. How many can you
recognize? The adults are, from left to right, Walt Whitney, Fr. Carr wearing his ever famous hat, and Matt Flaherty.
Alumni Corps Update
The hats are finally here, white shakos with 8 inch blue plumes. They really look sharp!
Fr. Pennisi joined us for practice in November. We worked under his watchful eye (photo right) as he sported his new Holy Trinity Cadets cap. He was pleased to be there and we were very happy to see him again.
John Gore says "We are starting to sound like a drum corps!" How's that for
improvement? We are learning our third song, "The Lord's Prayer". As was
always our custom, we will
Our horn line practices twice each week: We hold sectionals on Monday nights at the Fogg-
Roberts Post in Hyde Park and we conduct full corps rehearsals on Thursday nights at the Iron
Workers Local 7 Union Hall in South Boston. You now have two opportunities each week to come
by and check us out.
We made contact this month with two other local alumni associations through our internet web site
(see Page 4).