I would like to be the first to congratulate Mr. Munoz and the El Dorado Wildcat drumline and color guard.  If you missed them in the Prairie Port parade, you missed a real treat!  They not only looked great, they sounded just as good!


I would like to be the first to congratulate Mr. Munoz and the El Dorado Wildcat drumline and color guard.  If you missed them in the Prairie Port parade, you missed a real treat!  They not only looked great, they sounded just as good!

Mr. Munoz has added some spark back into the program! He had the kids practicing together during their summer vacation for this parade - something that is difficult to get kids interested in doing. There was once again flair in the cadence of the snares, bases, quads, and cymbals. The routine included stick and arm movements that added class and pizazz.  And the color guard looked as though they had never missed a week of practice throughout the whole summer.

These kids and their instructor deserve a pat on the back for making the last Prairie Port parade special and memorable. This activity was not mandatory for any of them (or for Mr. Munoz).  They participated because they wanted to and they care.

If you see Mr. Munoz or any of the Wildcat drumline or color guard, tell them they did a good job and you appreciate their work.  I believe this is only a small preview of the excitement that Mr. Munoz and the kids are going to present to us this coming  Fall.  This is the commencement of a new band era for the EHS Wildcats. Join in the fun and give them your support.

Thank you Wildcat drumline, color guard, and Mr. Munoz for making the final Prairie Port parade so special!

Randy Just,
El Dorado