Area residents join VT’s Marching Virginians

Several area residents recently gained membership to the Marching Virginians at Virginia Tech, according to information from the school.

Those residents include:

  • Amanda Hobbs, a senior from Chester, who is majoring in history and serves as a manager;
  • Henri “Trey” Tetreault, a freshman from Chester, who is majoring in theatre arts and plays the clarinet;
  • Daniel Critchfield, a freshman from Chester, who is majoring in biochemistry and plays the horn;
  • Brandon Cole, a senior from Chester, who is majoring in human nutrition, foods and exercise and plays the horn;
  • T.J. Barclay, a senior from Chester, who is majoring in biological sciences and plays the trombone;
  • Steven Foy, a senior from Chester, who is majoring in history and plays the tuba.
  • Pamela Mills, a junior from Chesterfield, who is majoring in animal and poultry sciences and twirls the flag;
  • Catherine Morgan, a freshman from Chesterfield, who is majoring in interior design and plays the piccolo;
  • and Liz Rogers, a sophomore from Chesterfield, who is majoring in human development and twirls the flag.

To qualify for the marching band, students must audition one week before the beginning of classes each fall. Commonly known as “The Spirit of Tech,” Virginia Tech’s marching band is in its 37th year, a press release says.

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