A fife instructor for 15-ish years and alumna of the corps, Audra is now bringing her non-profit professional knowledge to the table. This event was conceived in the fog of sleeplessness, and once the fog lifted, the dance was recognized as a solution, shaking things up in a mission-based manner. We can better engage with our community and alumni, open our doors and share more than a 30 second pass down the parade route.
Audra is, in confluence, an advocate for the arts and artist, a mother of 2, and a word nerd. She can be counted on to have a Sharpie and a half-full notebook at arm's length.
Ed, a 25-year veteran of fife instructing, is now also using his talents for organizing interesting events. As a police officer, Ed has experience organizing the classic emergency vehicle show that is a part of the Woodward Dream Cruise celebrations in downtown Ferndale. He is a father of 2, MSU Spartan Marching Band Mello alumnus and a re-enactor who loves Williamsburg and Disney alike. He is a doodler and might make it one day as a Bob Ross impersonator.
Stacey is a super woman in her own right: a public defense attorney by day and a mother of 3. Her youngest son is beginning his 3rd year in the Corps. Stacey is Ways and Means Chair as well as Webmaster for the Corps.
She likes her coffee strong. Really strong.
The Plymouth Fife and Drum Corps is a non-profit, all youth corps, comprised of students ages 12-18 from Plymouth and surrounding communities. It was founded in 1971 and will soon be celebrating its 46th anniversary of proudly representing the Plymouth area.