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SATURDAY, March 9, 2024



to the Flanagan High School Color Guard Extravaganza A SFWGA & FFCC  combined show, hosted by Falcon Sound Alliance!

Silent Auction

Check out the items up for auction for one day only! Items will be available from the following companies: Planet Fitness Grand Palms Golf Course Playtime Attic Maggianos Golf Galaxy Contour Day Spa Think Goodness/Origami owl Cotton Canvas Dancers Gallery Dancing Dollwear


Equipment: Scott Beck

Movement: Luke Babb

Design: Marcus Rankin-Williams, Randy Nelson will judge SA

General Effect/Visual: Adam Sage, Randy Nelson will judge SW

General Effect: Dean Broadbent SRAA-SAAA,

                            April Gilligan-Martinez SAA, SA, IO and SW

Music: Jeremy Vest

Artistry/Music Effect: Evan Rogovin

Visual/Visual Analysis: Randy Nelson

Timing and Penalties: Joan Joselyn

Chief Judge: Randy Nelson

Volunteer Guide

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Purses, backpacks, gym bags, equipment bags, and duffel bags are forbidden inside the gymnasium. ​


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Fun Food Extras

Cecilies Ices Truck will be at this event!! Delicious Gourmet Ice cream! Plus we will have a bake sale booth, and wonderful meal specials from our very own Falcon Sound concessions kitchen!


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SFWGA: South Florida Winter Guard Association

SFWGA Mission

We support the Performance Arts community in South Florida by fostering an environment where scholastic and independent groups can develop their programs to compete in a local and national forum. 

SFWGA Vision

The SFWGA envisions a world where our activity enriches the lives of performers, designers, and spectators. Our mission is to inspire, educate, energize, and support the members and instructors of the South Florida Winter Guard community. 

FFCC: Florida Federation of Colorguards Circuit

FFCC Mission

The FFCC cultivates a safe place for ALL participants to have life changing opportunities that enrich performance experiences through inclusion, creativity, and leadership in the marching arts.


Who is FFCC?

The FFCC was founded in 1985 by a small group of music educators, headed by Roanna Combs and John Harlow, with the intention of bringing performers, directors, and spectators together to celebrate the accomplishments and excellence of their efforts. It was their hope to bring organization, standardization and quality to their competitive events to better serve the marching arts community.

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