Grand Valley band marches to debut |

Grand Valley band marches to debut

Though Grand Valley High School lost in a close matchup to Aspen in its homecoming game on Friday, it was the half-time show that made its triumphant return to Grand Valley.

For the first time in years, the Grand Valley High School marching band debuted in front of bleachers filled with friends, family and classmates.

“We want them at halftime shows, parades, assemblies, anything to promote team spirit,” said GVHS activities director David Walck. “We want the marching band to become part of the school experience and school pride. We want to get kids more involved and make it more inclusive.”

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