In 1988, Max figured that because many students go to nearby
ISU,

Maybe South Hamilton's High School Marching Band should march in the Veishea Parade!

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Max is always ready to go, and he always meant what he said,
If you show up right on time, you are already late!

Time to get the equipment on the bus and head to Ames for the Veishea Parade.

     

Max Whitlock and Todd Lettow, his student teacher,
visit while waiting for the parade to begin.

During the long wait for the parade to begin,
the band members practice.

South Hamilton Marching Band members are waiting
for the parade to start.

Kim Wagner and Terri Hobbs are seen in the photo at right. -->

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The South Hamilton High School Band members were not late.
They were is in position to be ready for the Parade.
Part of the band is seen in this photo.

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The rest of the band is also ready to go.

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 The South Hamilton Band takes it's place in the parade, and the band is on the march.

The Drum Majorette wears the white uniform, trimmed in red.

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Here comes the South Hamilton High School Marching Band.

The banner leads first, followed by the Field Commander (the Drum Majorette),
then the poms, the instrumental performers, and finally, the flags.

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Max Whitlock accompanies his band while they march in the Veishea Parade.

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The girls waving the poms lead the band.
 

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