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Elect to Play Bingo and Win a Coach Purse

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It’s bingo, it’s fashionable, it’s great fun.  Head on over to Roseville this Tuesday, February 2nd  for another edition of Coach Purse Bingo!

The action starts at 6:30 p.m. at Joe Senser’s (2350 Cleveland Ave. N., Roseville) Cards cost $20 for the first set of six cards and $4 for an additional set of three cards.  You’ll play ten different bingo games and have a shot at winning Coach purses as prizes.  The more people who play, the more expensive the prize!  (Must be 18 or older to play.)

No matter how your luck turns out, you’ll be happy knowing that all proceeds benefit Minnesota Brass.  Whether you’re trying to win a Coach purse for yourself or a friend, you’ll have a blast playing bingo with other drum corps fans.

Fall into Bingo on October 6

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Coach Purse Bingo continues to be a fun night for drum corps fans and Coach fans alike! Bring your friends the first Tuesday of every month — and help Minnesota Brass at the same time. Your next opportunity awaits on Tuesday, October 6th, at Joe Senser’s Sports Theater in Roseville.

Coach Purse Bingo provides a unique twist on the classic game — bingo with highly sought-after Coach purses as prizes. That’s right: Individual winners of each game win an authentic Coach purse. The more people who play, the more expensive the prize.

The action starts at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 6th, at Senser’s (2350 Cleveland Ave. N., Roseville). There will be 10 games. Cards cost $20 for the first set of six cards and $4 for an additional set of three cards. (Must be 18 or older to play.)

Whether you’re trying to win a Coach purse for yourself or to give as an unforgettable gift to a loved one, you’ll have a blast playing bingo with other drum corps fans. No matter how your luck turns out, you’ll be happy knowing that all proceeds benefit Minnesota Brass.

Member Diary – August 21st, 2015 by Noah Hansen

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Today was one of those days you will never find in junior corps. While all summer high school and college students are on tour, the luxury of having one sole job as a member is shockingly apparent. Members live together, eat together, and shower together every day for 3 months. However, when you are a member of an all-ages drum corps, this philosophy is only a saucepan of gravy on the backburner. Instead of the usual 8 AM bright and early report time for hornline members, we began lining football fields at 11. This change gave some flexibility for those with jobs, and ensured that if the members with full-time jobs couldn’t make it to rehearsal during our four hour block, they would be able to catch up fairly quickly, unlike a day that we rehearsed for seven plus hours. Read More