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Band Member of the Week: Logan Liles

Band Member of the WeekGreg Higgins
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In every band production, there are a group of people that help make the production fun to watch. While musicians are playing their instrument and moving from one place to another, there is another group of students that aren’t playing instruments. These students are tossing rifles, sabres and flags. They are known as the color guard.

”My older brother was a part of the band, and I saw how much he loved it. I saw how positive the environment was and I wanted to be a part of it.” - Logan Liles

Since Logan didn’t play any instruments, she decided to join the color guard, a decision she says is “easily the best” one she’s ever made. This is the third year for the junior to be a part of the color guard.

”My favorite part about being in the color guard is getting to perform. Performing is such an amazing feeling that I can’t even begin to explain.” - Liles

Being a junior means Liles was a part of the State Champion Marching band last year. While she says the experience was amazing as well as a little terrifying, she also says it’s something she will cherish and never forget.

After high school, Logan is planning on becoming a Registered Nurse in the Air Force. After a few years, she’ll go back and get her BSN. When she’s not twirling a rifle and/or flag, she likes to hang out with her friends and family and watch a lot of Netflix.

Let’s get to know Logan a little better:

What is your favorite: 

Food: Cheese Sticks 

Restaurant: Whataburger 

Song: Find What You’re Looking For by Olivia O’Brien 

Band/Singer: BeeGees 

Color: Purple 

TV Show: Intervention 

Movie: Napolean Dynamite 

Book: An Abundance of Katherines 

Subject in School: English 

If you could go one place on earth, where would it be? The top of Mount Everest

If you can have dinner with one person, dead or alive, who is it? Maya Angelou

If you could go back in time and witness one event live and in person, what event is it? I wish I could have been alive to see the day when the 19th Amendment was ratified, and women got the right to vote.

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