The Mt. Spokane High School Band is Back – October 23, 2021





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The Mt. Spokane High School Marching Band practices behind the school on Tuesday, October 20, 2021. After disappearing last fall, local high school bands are back and entertaining the crowds at football games .

  • The Mt. Spokane High School Marching Band practices behind the school on Tuesday, October 20, 2021. After disappearing last fall, local high school bands are back and entertaining the crowds at football games .

    Colin Mulvany The spokesperson-Revi

  • Hope Bloom, a member of the Mt. Spokane High School Color Guard, practices with the marching band behind the school on Tuesday, October 20, 2021. After disappearing last fall, the local high school marching bands are back and entertain the crowds at soccer games.

    Colin Mulvany The spokesperson-magazine

  • Jackson Crosbie, senior from Mt. Spokane High School, plays his double horn during a walk behind school practice on Tuesday, October 20, 2021. After missing last fall, the local high school marching bands are back and entertain the crowds at soccer games.

    Colin Mulvany The spokesperson-Revi

  • Playing a mellophone horn, Johnny Molenda, a member of the Mt. Spokane High School Marching Band, practices behind the school on Tuesday, October 20, 2021. After disappearing last fall, the school bands Local secondary are back and entertain the crowds at football games.

    Colin Mulvany The spokesperson-magazine

  • The Mt. Spokane High School Marching Band practices behind the school on Tuesday, October 20, 2021. After disappearing last fall, local high school bands are back and entertaining the crowds at football games .

    Colin Mulvany The spokesperson-magazine

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