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2001 News Archive

22 July 2001

First Highland Watch Places 8th at Rockland County Feis.

The First Highland Watch of Pennsylvania made its 2001 competition debut at the Rockland County Feis. Overall band members were pleased with this outing. The band played its newly-revamped medley for this competition and expects to improve its placing.

The band will next compete at the Capital District games in Schenectady, NY.

1 May 2001

Rich Hall Assumes Instructor Position for First Highland Watch.

The First Highland Watch announced today that it had formally extended an offer to Rich Hall of Delmar & District Pipe Band to assume the instructor's position left vacant following Ian Ferrick's March departure.

Rich Hall brings to the band a solid piping background, having played with several high grade pipe bands, most notably the former Lehigh Valley and now Delmar & District.
Rich brings his own method of teaching to the band while continuing to increase the band's level of playing.

13 March 2001

Clarke Back as Pipe Major as Ferrick Joins Worcester Kiltie.

Jeff Clarke reassumed the position of Pipe Major, a position he had previously held from 1980 to 1996. This was the result of the departure of former PM/Instructor, Ian Ferrick who left the Watch to join the Worcester Kiltie Pipe Band in Boston.

Ferrick's departure leaves the band without an instructor for the first time in five years. The band has commenced an immediate search to replace him.

 

 

 


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