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orn and raised in New York, Joe Marino is a classically trained painter as well as a professional graphic designer. A NYC graduate from Pratt Institute of Art and Design with a degree in illustration, Joe is the consummate visual artist with over 10 years of professional experience. He has painted murals for both state funded agencies and small businesses as well as a plethora of pieces for printed media where he continues to be in high demand amongst professional companies. With his extensive knowledge of light and color, Joe has transferred his process to digital painting where he surpasses his contemporaries in this field backed by a superior understanding of the art form from using traditional mediums. Joe is also a supernal graphic designer and currently works on several national publications and book titles for the Salvation Army. His responsibilities include page layout and

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design, photo restoration and retouching, studio photography, and corporate identity work. Joe is masterly skillful with the entire Adobe Creative Suite software programs and is quick to produce contemporary, bold, and creative art and design. The goal is to provide you inside look at the process and thinking behind each solution. Throughout this book I will show you the caliber and volume of communication projects I’ve been fortunate to produce throughout the years. You will find a collection of pieces from clients and personal assignments. Designs includes; Identity (logos and branding), Publications (magazines, newspapers, and books). Advertisements and Editorial illustrations. Digital art, Conceptual design. Along with traditional hand-painted mediums and digital illustrations using the latest computer programs.

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Chapter 2

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he New York Staff Band first in Carnegie Hall in Novembe one year after the famed concert ve to the public. Since 1892, The Salv has held multiple celebrations in hall. Throughout more than a cent gatherings, the NYSB featured as musical group. Whether it was sup commissioning of SA officers, va concerts and congresses, and mo performing in the “Save the Rainfor concert with Sir Elton John, the NY the distinct privilege of sharing th gifts and ministry in this superb fac Outside the hall on Thursday eve 22, 2012—a gloriously warm early s a large crowd had already gathere in advance, and friends from acro linked up and renewed friendship getic “buzz” filled the air. The up soon filled to capacity, marked by a

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officer–leaders who learned responsibility, discipline, cooperation, and focus on mission while pursuing excellence in musical ministry. In The Proclaimers, I was able to report that by 2007 nine members of the NYSB had served as national commanders; 26 reached the rank of Commissioner; and one, John Allan, served as Chief of the Staff for the international SA, the second highest rank, just below General. A large proportion of the band’s roster through the years has been of officer rank, and a large number of these officers held major administrative positions: divisional commanders, Territorial Headquarters department heads, and major executive positions. We must not forget how many became superb corps officers, divisional youth secretaries, and a wide number of other key leadership positions. Of course, there are some amusing stories connected with the interaction of red with blue! During the 1982 World Tour on one of the flights, when the SA officers in the band were upgraded to business class, the soldiers in the band were not pleased! No doubt someone along the way was trying to be nice. I recall times at commissionings, which the band has played for since its first year, that the band could not restrain itself when one of its former members marched

across the stage to receive an appointment—and the band gave that officer an unexpected salute— sometimes rowdy, sometimes comic, always exuberant—as they honored their former colleagues who now took up their ordained ministry. I close this chapter with an interview held with Commissioner James (Jim) Knaggs on December 10, 2011. Jim and Carolyn Knaggs currently serve as the SA’s top leaders in the Western Territory of the United States. His tenure of the band is typical of SA officers selected to be in the group, service divided into two periods totaling six years: #1 January 1987–June 1989, while Assistant Territorial Youth Secretary, solo cornet and the solo horn, replacing Lt. Colonel Al Avery.Tours included 100th Anniversary and Far East (Pacific Bridge). #2 July 1992–August 1996, while Territorial Youth Secretary and then Evangelism and Corps Growth Secretary, fluglehorn. Tours included Australia. Holz: You came into the band as an officer. What were your observations, your feelings about the interaction between officer members and soldier members when you were in the band? Knaggs: First of all, I considered my appoint125 Years New York Staff Band 1887 – 2012

ment to the NYSB a dream come true. I vividly recall my audition with Deputy BM Ron Waiksnoris and BM Brian Bowen (I was never more nervous!). Ron was very encouraging, the tour was looming, they needed a player. They put up a very difficult piece, especially in range—I did not get one passage correctly and Brian suggested an alternate fingering—“Now Jim, try that again with this fingering.” I did as he said, it worked, and I got the spot. Seriously, I felt it a great responsibility, and the executive officer, Frank Linsell, I think impressed that on me. I saw officer–members like Al Avery, Norm Voisey, Tom Mack, Ben Bulla, Chuck West—men of high integrity, who worked hard and had proven their worth … I modeled myself after them. The maintaining of a standard of excellence from all members of the band—and especially officers—in areas beyond musical excellence is vital. As an officer I needed to be at my best and the opportunities came, yet under pressure, to do your very best. Everything afterwards that I have done within the SA was affected by that expectation to do the very best. You find you have to defend the band too (as not everyone agrees with band ministry) and so you become The Red and the Blue

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Ian Anderson’s blog shared below in this chapter for more names! The dynamic program ranged from reflective, meditative music of devotional focus to exuberant, extroverted praise. Secular tunes and styles also abounded. The bandmaster, the band, see all good music as a gift from God, to be enjoyed, not to be pressed down or suppressed by a misguided understand of the Christian’s response to great art and music. This repertoire allowed the band to

ering of youthful SA musicians, including the 70 gathered for Future All Stars, 40 members of the SASF music and arts ensembles from Asbury University, members of divisional youth ensembles from Greater New York and New Jersey Divisions, and a large contingent of soldiers from GNY corps and men from various ARCs. The huge hall was soon filled, and the band was greeted with great enthusiasm as they came on stage. During the concert Bandmaster Waiksnoris would recognize the large group of NYSB alumni who had gathered for the concert, along with former staff bandmasters such as Vernon Post and Derek Smith. In addition to the commissioned composers, who were all present, the SA musical world was represented by such key leaders as Staff Bandmaster William Himes of the Chicago Staff Band and Nick Simmons–Smith, territorial music secretary, USA South. And that is just a beginning list of “luminaries” in the hall that night—see

connect with their varied, diverse audience. In that evangelical mission they are heirs to earlier generations of the band. In 1904, for example, they backed up National Commander Frederick Booth–Tucker under a large canvas tent at 57th and Broadway in New York City just a few blocks away from Carnegie Hall! That band drew large crowds by featuring popular songs of the day. Adaptability and flexibility have been hallmarks of NYSB musical

As a composer I’ve written several pieces for the NY staff band. The premieres and performances have always been of a very high caliber. Most importantly the band has an enthusiasm for the music they play. Its that spark that composers look for that takes their music and lifts it off the page. I was extremely honored when Ron Waiksnoris asked me to compose a new work for the band’s 125th year concert celebration at Carnegie Hall. The band was certainly up for that evening and not only delivered a wonderful performance of my piece but played all the works on the program with flair and precision. Thank you to the New York Staff Band. Joseph Turrin

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willing to come How deeply the back at variou widespread im s times to make pact in the ba an NYSB fellowshi nd’s success. Th p and so many rough the yea he ha s held severa soldiers and frie rs l key band bo nds grieve for ard inc po sit lud ions, ing publicity the loss of thi secretary, band s gentle giant an sec d retary, finance secret of staff band ser ary. He know vice in May s all phases of the band’s op 2012. Not to be erations. Yet confused with his father, Lt. Co he is mo co re mpetent admi lonel Al Avery than a , tenor soloist of nistrator. He ser band, Albert Jr., the trombon ved a principa stood for 25 yea e for a good nu l rs in the back of mber of years, band as a memb the especially ou providing er of the percus tstanding lyr sion section. Lik Tom Scheibner ica l e sol os. Evans now stands for , Lindsay Evans , and “Pete” Vaug and represents he was a quintess han, mature, that steadying, ential staff ban reasoned leade dsman. His rea rship that every ing, confident ssu rorganization ne smile was a gre excellent eds. at encouragem many, but esp ent to ecially to the ban dmaster and cho director! Whil ir e also a quiet, “unsung” hero Peter C. Vaug band, his pleasi of the han ng baritone voi ce added greatly “Pete” Vaugha band’s choral sou to n has annd and blend. Al was known as ch ore I.T. man. He wa d the second an s right on the gro corund floor of TH net section of growth in this key Q’s the NYSB area—and along the way the ban for a benefitted from qu arter of a cen d his expertise in tury. this vital area. He is another of those indispensible contributors to the band’s Lindsay Evan success, servin s g by turn on band board as the The 26 years of fin an ce this stalwart secretary, librar as the in–house ian, and member’s ten historian. Whe ure have not n yo u the wa lk into band’s rehearsal been continuo space, you im us due to the mediately see his preservat pressures of his ion and hono demanding rin g of the he ritage, with mo band’s job, but he ha unted photos, s always been record and CD covers, and oth er memorabilia . This book, for

bout that and SA mission in gend I had no greater role than to be d constructive about it, as it was prerposefully avoided comments with he negative side of things. I learned e myself in all my responsibilities, as en that all my “regular” work had to advance of any band service! Work ne in advance of rehearsals! plus was the demanding of excelmyself in deportment—in what was f a staff band member—and then to members within the band—all ng pompous!

ou think it a good thing the NYSB ains a mixture of officers and en though there are some staff or bands that have gone to the all– del?

This is a real asset—the officers be in the band must be the right ght type. Think of the bus and plane become opportunities to talk and the youngsters in the band (this an ng for me to do as ATYS and TYS).

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On the King’s Highway

Centennial Celebrations

Memories played by John Allan, Vocalion, one 12” 78 rpm record (BM Darby)

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Three 78 rpm records (S.A. 501–503) Christmas carols, Fowler solos, cornet trio What a Friend, and Mozart–Hawkes transcription: Columbia Recording Co., Halligan Studios. First release on “Triumphonic Recordings” label (BM Granger)

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Christmas carols, Christmas Joy, Christmas Tidings, and The Heralds Angels. Two 78–rpm records. (BM Bearchell) Two 78–rpm records, 110–111 Christmas arrangements

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s this book has been taking shape, the band has had one of the busiest schedules in its history, not surprising for its 125th season. While the March 22–25 Carnegie Hall and Future All– Stars Weekend are discussed in Chapter 2, here are a just a few highlights either completed or upcoming in this anniversary year: World Interfaith Harmony Week 2012: The band played a key role in a service in The United Nations General Assembly Hall on February 7, 2012. The three–hour event was entitled “Common Ground for the Common Good” and run by the Office of the President of the 66th U.N. General Assembly. Classics like Ballantine’s Joyful, Joyful and Kippax’s Golden Jubilee lent a festive glow to the final moments of the event that included so many international organizations, charities, and societies dedicated to pursuing peace and understanding. The 125th recording Pressing Onward was produced by SP&S—World of Brass, and contained both much new music written for the Carnegie Hall concert and classic works of SA literature. Summer events included the Commissioning Weekend, with the annual Star Search events, and Old Orchard Beach Camp Meetings. At OOB, the NYSB and International Staff

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“uniform–issue” Florsheim toe–ca p shoes. These changes are much more eas ily seen in the surviving pho tos, which now can be reproduced in color. By the band’s 120th, 2007, each band member ma intained two uni ed during the forms—the bright scarlet fest ival tunic and the photos showmore subdued navy blue tunic. They also ollar uniforms. were issued a band overcoat, an official pair of sho tour, while not es, fleece throws for travel , travel jackets, ban y proudly put d ties, uniform shirts, and mo re cas ual igh–collar tuband golf–style shirts. They even receive matching paulets.” luggage for ease of identifica tion and uniform handlin forms begins loa g of ding and unload ing . 1960 tour of With One Accord: ISB, Century of Brass: Of course, where New Frontier NYSB, MSB International Congress and when and under ive red, lapel con what ditions the ban d plays dictates uni a traditional cho form ices. We must rem ember that in wa lar tunic for we rmer ather and clim ASBDNA Convention, es, the band dresses ravel blazer me in “sumCity, N.J r uniform,” Atlantic with uniform wh cke ite shirt, tie, pocNoel NewtYork ket. and NYSB epaulets—and hat s as required. ader, by the Pace–setting in of Praise: A Song to Sing: Al their choice Symphony n concerts, per of attractCongress International Avery, Vocal Soloist ive, haps even garish colors, the NYSB of a large ways has alsought to “look the part” but not houlder, by on to dwell appearance, eith er. Their priority events. is to sound well first, yet also to look sharp! 982 when, y Ditmer, down to

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Songsters joined forces for the opening weekend, in support of General Linda Bond, the guest preacher. In the fall of 2012, the band will hold its Reunion and Retreat on the weekend of October 19–21 and travel to Kingston, Jamaica, for the SA’s Caribbean Congress November 15–18.

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Instruments While counting the number of ban d members pho and the type of nes and French hor instrument they ns, and a trombone played at any given time in the section ranging from history of the NY tenors to G bass SB has been eve trombone to well–documente n a contrabass tro d, knowledge mbone. Woodw of the exact inds had manufacture and been a part of the special attributes band since its ear of various esp liest days, sections within ecially clarinets, the band is ske piccolo, and flut tchy until the e, and by post–World War the height of the II era. For instan Darby era, an ent ce, just what of ire section kind of B Flat circ saxophones: E flat ular helicon bass alto, B flat tenor, did stalwart flat and E bassist Harry Tay baritone. What lor play in 189 we do not know 5, or what is for sure E Flat Soprano wh eth er Da cornet did Staff rby ever asked Fra Ban nk dm Fowler to aster add his B “Trumpeter” Tru flat bass saxophone mble use? to the mix, as we Commander Bo know Fowler pla oth–Tucker’s “Pl yed this instrume an of Cam- secula nt in more paign’’ for 1897 r settings at this included the Tra time! de Department’s securing William Broughton a larger inventory ban ish ed of brass in- in the woodwinds struments, especi the mid–1930s and ally less expens the band gradua ive ones for cam lly behis developing ban e more British in ds. We can study app ear ance, if not sound. these early The catalogues and get y alternated at tim a general idea of es upr ight and bell–front the range of alto instruments availab s and euphonium le. What we do not s, and Milton Kip know is euphon pax, solo what was chosen iumist, loved his by the band. Yet double bell, bell–fr a glimmer of ins clarity begins to ont trument, only relu appear in Band Bo cta ntly giving it up ard minutes the during just prior to Wo “radical” move to rld War I, and we matching sets of know that me instruthe Conn Instru nts in the 1950s und ment Corporation er Richard Holz. provided a custom–made, larg When the band e bore BB flat bas played on the Cen s with four Ma tral Park valves for Frank ll in 1955, the Fowler at this tim band had four e. new, four– By 1914 pictures valved Besson bas and personnel list ses, the first pha s of the plan to se in Holz’s band under Da upgrade the equ rby show the foll ipment of the ban owing: cor- 195 nets and trump d. By 7 all bell–front ins ets, E flat alto truments were gon horns, melloe, short model, shepherd– crook cornets wer e the order New York Sta ff Band

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Marcia Cocker has a special as she commun apti icated with fam tude for writing the mos t interesting, Occasionally ily and frien enjoyable and Jim put pen ds during thei expressive lette to paper as wel r three–year One could alm term in Papua rs l. ost feel part New Guinea detailed desc of the scene . ription. I am or situation that so glad that Jim she was writing not only inte resting and enjo and Marcia abo ut as you hav yable but cont “Land of the read the ained many pea e decided to put these in Unexpected” print . rls of wisdom I know that and lessons lear as they were the readers will them for our ned in the enjoyment and be captured by these wri tings—and than interest and abo over you during ks Jim and Ma ve all in reco the three year gnit rcia for collatin s in a challen ging situation. ion and thanks to God for g His protectio n International Secretary, Sou —Commis th Pacific & This is an eyew East Asia Zon sioner James Condon itness account e, The Salvat officers, Jim of faith ion in action and Army and Marcia God working Cocker, whom blessed, challeng through we have persona ed, enlightened, lly known thro the lives of two Salvation of life in a dist and enriched Army ughout ant land. You as will see the faith you share in the day to day their ministry. You will be Jim and Ma rcia and you expe fuln ess rien of ces will thrill in God in changing and raw real the ways in whi ities ch they rely upo lives through the ministry of n God ’s grac —Commis e and provision sioners W. . Todd & Ca Retired Na rol A. Bassett As fellow mis tional Leader sion s, The Salvat the Lord at an aries, Marcia’s letters from ion Army orphanage on PNG were a the other side constant enco us connected emotionally and ura of the world. Her challenges, gement to us as we serv perspective of spiritually, as ed victories, and life on the mis brothers and siste struggles kept sion field is insi the way you view mission ghtful, heart-w rs in Christ. Her candid, s forever. Tha firsthand willing to go. renching, and nk you for bein humorous ... g Jesus’ hands and will imp and feet in a act plac e so few are Serving at Canaan Lan d Ministries with the Eva ngelical Frie —Mike & Mary Cochr I was an avid nds Church, an reader of the Southern Bra Cockers’ enli last one. Ha ghtening lette ving been a mis zil rs from the time sionary in Afri experiences in I heard about ca myself for livin them, till the two decades, exciting adventu g in a very new and diff very I identified with erent culture. res and amazing I shared thei gleaned from discoveries in r joys and frus their challenging their trations, thei them bridge the insights an awareness that lear ning to understand the r beautiful peop cultural gap, their love for and through le of PNG. I deepened and the Lord and the wisdom of love for enriched. the Holy Spirit thei the people were helping I am delighte d to know that r own live s were being will often sit back after read these letters will be given a wid ing a letter, just and discerne d because they to meditate on er readership. Perhaps, like were always me, the reader listening to wha what Jim or Marcia had keenly observed t God was teac hing them. Retired Int —General ernational Eva Burrow Leader, Th s e Salvation Army

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Delegate Band Rehearsal (Pavilion)

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GUESTS Geron Dav is

The pulse … the rhy thm … the a song. Th soul … ali e atmosp ve with here swell explodes s and the with music moment and once ab out the wo again … it’s 9:15 pm Geron Davis in Concert (Pavilion) rship. That all is the hear the ministry tbeat behin of Geron d Davis and Geron, alo Kindred So ng with his uls. wife Beck synonymou y, have be s with churc co me h music aro try; while und the co their name s ma un7:45–8:30 am Breakfast (Lodge) Jehovah and Me songs are not. Holy Gr y be less familiar, the ir ound, In the rcy Saw Me talented du Pre are sence of only a few 9:00 am UNITED SESSION IV o have wr of the many itten. Co–p dedicated songs this artners in themselves life and mi “The Most Excellent Way” and to a passio nistry, the ingenuity, n that is the y have but most culminatio importantl and Beck n of talent y, y grown to a calling. be leade Not only ha and voca rs in the mu ve Geron lists, they sic industry as are also an trend the songwrite integral pa praise an rs rt of the cu d worship today. rrent upwa genre is ex rd periencing ac ros s America The early ye ar s of Geron serving as ’s and Be music minis cky’s minis ters at ch they conti try were sp urches in nued to tra ent Texas and vel part tim Louisiana ing them e. In the mi to Nashvill while d– e 90 an ’s, d they felt Go Geron aske eventually made the d his sister, d leadmove. So Alyson Lo him and Be on therea vern, and cky to for fter her husban m the gro The move d, Shelton up, “Gero was not on , to join n Davis an ly right ge d cally and Kin dred Souls ographica spiritually. .” lly, it When the was also rig in 2002, the y released ht musiir tight fami their debu lial timbre t album, Le Avalon, Ma and groov t It Rain, nhattan Tra e was comp nsfer, and Nancy received the John Philip Sousa Award from her high gained co are the d to that nsiderable former gro attention up First Ca school band for cornet and has a keen interest in the Army’s music project for on AC ch ll. Th them. Kin e album arts and wa dred Souls braces a ministries. An avid reader, creative writer, and communicator, she des a breakou continues traditional t with a mu sound wrap age, which sical style lights in creating special programs and Christian education initiatives. ped in a co tha has ultimat t emntempora ely led the churches They are the parents of Lawrence (wife Joanne Jessup Moretz) ry, edgy pa m into some and music ckof the coun programs of Pennsylvania, Thomas (wife Ximena Moretz) of New Jersey, and . They are try’s large on the roa st d most of Christine (husband Mike Baker) of Ohio. They are the proud grandparthe year, ents of Elisha and Jennifer Moretz, Michael and Victoria Baker, Esteban, Nathan, and Zachary Moretz. The Moretzes have drawn love, strength, insight, help, blessing and new discoveries from God and one another as corps officers in New York City (Yorkville and Times Square); Yonkers and Hempstead, N.Y.; and Pittsburgh, PA. They also have served as divisional and territorial youth leaders; as program and stewardship secretaries for Greater New York; as divisional leaders for Puerto Rico/Virgin Islands and for SWONEKY; and as territorial program secretaries. Commissioners Moretz served for three years as territorial leaders of South America West—the countries of Chile, Perú, Bolivia and Ecuador—then returned to the U.S. to serve as territorial leaders for the USA Central Territory from October 2000 to November 2002. THE RIGHT SONG FOR THE RIGHT MOMENT During that time, the Holy Spirit renewed in them a passion Presenter: Geron Davis for holiness and soul winning. Overseas service had brought multiple Join our special guest, Geron Davis, and learn from his vast blessings: a greater appreciation for The Salvation Army’s international experience as a worship leader, and see and how he is led WORKSHOP I 10:30 am–11:45 am mission and the Gospel’s universality, a new understanding of God’s by the Spirit to choose his material. great plan for the world, and growing zeal to win the world for God. commissioners have attended the International College DESIGNINGBoth A WORSHIP SERVICE for OffiMajor cers; speak Spanish and desire to contribute to the Army’s Presenter: Alastair Bate STOP THE SCENE! growing multicultural ministries; give high priority to expository preachPractical advice to help prepare worship services that are Presenters: Carol Jaudes & TAM ing, Bible study, and prayer; and have for reputations asOf skillful inviting, innovative, and inspirational all ages. all programBasic acting and directing skills will be explored in a unique mers who that “balloons belong is in the church!” call Salvathe things we believe do as Christians, worship mostThey imporway. As the TAM Team presents a sketch, participants will to a re–awakening of aenergy passion for holiness evangelism tant. tionists Our time, creativity, and should beand focused be able to ‘stop the scene’ to ask questions such as: ‘why and areworship committed the front–line gift ministries of The Salvation on making anto acceptable to the Lord and anArmy. did the actor say his line that way?’ or ‘how did the True to their session name, thein Moretzes often speak of what inspiration to those who participate it. We will explore director make sure that moment would get a laugh?’ God can do and of faith: how to blend together the elements of corporate worship Come participate! for our future together...the Army of the 21st Century! to meet thisFaith end. Faith for more souls...saved! Faith for more soldiers...serving! Faith for more saints...sanctified and celebrating God at work THE DANCE REHEARSAL—DISCIPLESHIP AND RESULTS the world! WORSHIP FROM REHEARSALinTO SUNDAY Presenter: Marques Johnson Faithfully Forward ... in the name and in the Spirit of Christ! A BANDMASTER’S ROUNDTABLE How to lead an effective dance rehearsal while minister-

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Sunday, March 7, 2010

Territorial Worship Arts Convocation

GUESTS Commissioners Lawrence R. and Nancy A. Moretz Eastern Territorial Commander Eastern Territorial President, Women’s Ministries

It’s a pleasure to have our own territorial leaders, Commissioners Lawrence R. and Nancy A. Moretz, join us for the Worship Arts Convovation. The story of Larry and Nancy is really the story of God’s grace in the lives of two ordinary people. By age 9, Pennsylvania native Larry was already sure that God had called him to be a Salvation Army officer. He declared so and spent the next 10 years preparing himself to enter the SFOT in New York, which he did in 1962. On Aug. 20 of that same year, 17–year–old Brooklyn–born Nancy felt a sure calling from God to be an officer. Ten days later, her application was accepted and approved and she was sent off to training on Labor Day with the warning, “For the next two years, don’t you dare leave that school and come back!” She never did! And so, God, with His wonderful sense of humor, brought together two “Heroes of the Faith”—one well prepared; the other, well, not prepared at all! They were commissioned and ordained in 1964 and were married July 24, 1965. Their romance with each other and The Salvation Army has lasted for more than 37 years! Larry developed many of his leadership skills in the Boy Scouts. He reached the Eagle rank with two palms; was the first Salvation Army General’s Scout in the U.S., served as scoutmaster while an officer/soldier at the Kearny, N.J., Corps; and later served as the national liaison officer for The Salvation Army with the Boy Scouts. He has studied at Pittsburgh University, New York’s Hunter College, and Union Theological Seminary with a focus on psychology and sociology; he also took advanced studies in church growth at Fuller Theological Seminary and has a keen interest in cultural anthropology.

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Panel Moderator: B/M Harold Burgmayer Panel: B/M Anita Cocker Hunt, B/M Ben Payton, B/M Charmian Cavanagh Keeping things fresh while being consistent from week to week is a challenge for any corps band. A panel of active bandmasters, moderated by Harold Burgmayer, will discuss ways of getting from rehearsal to Sunday morning week in and week out . We will touch on issues of communication in worship planning, attendance and expectations for the corps band. Come with your own questions for our panel.

ing to your team so they may not only perform to the best of their ability, but at the same time, minister to their audience through their movement. SUPPORTING THE ARTIST FROM THE SOUND BOARD Presenter: Charles Grecco Join the technical director for our special guest, Geron Davis, as he shares from his experience as a leading audio technician in Nashville. Charles will address the high–end technical aspects of the sound engineer’s ministry.

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NEW YORK STAFF BAND MONDAY MAY 20

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7 PM WEST BOWLES COMMUNITY CHURCH 12325 WEST BOWLES AVENUE LITTLETON, CO

TUESDAY MAY 21

7 PM

TEMPLE OF MUSIC & ARTS 330 SOUTH SCOTT AVENUE TUCSON, AZ

WEDNESDAY MAY 22

the western United States. Long one of the premier brass bands in the world, these musicians have dedicated

GREEN VALLEY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 2200 EAST ROBINDALE ROAD HENDERSON, NV

THURSDAY MAY 23

7 PM

their talents to proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ through a diverse and captivating repertoire of music. I know you will find their performance to be an unforgettable experience in terms of both pure enjoyment and soul stirring inspiration. They are ambassadors of hope at a time of widespread darkness and despair. The world needs the message this band brings, and I urge you to allow your heart to be touched by what you will hear and feel.

TORRANCE CORPS 4223 EMERALD STREET TORRANCE, CA

FRIDAY MAY 24

T HE N EW Y ORK S TAFF B AND T OUR TO THE W ESTERN U NITED S TATES It is with pride and a sense of holy expectation that we send off the New York Staff Band on its 2013 tour of

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As with all expressions of Salvation Army ministry, my prayer is that you will enjoy the blessing of God upon your life wherever you may be. Sincerely,

7 PM SAN DIEGO CITADEL CORPS 4170 BALBOA AVENUE SAN DIEGO, CA

SATURDAY MAY 25

7 PM

Barry C. Swanson Commissioner Territorial Commander USA Eastern Territory New York

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NEW YORK STAFF BAND NYSB HISTORY The New York Staff Band represents the finest in Christian brass band performance. Holding the distinction of being the first ‘staff band’ in Salvation Army [SA] music history, the NYSB meets the challenge of maintaining the highest standards of musical practice and Christian ministry expected of such a model group. When the band released its first 33-rpm “long–play”’ [LP] back in 1957 under Staff Bandmaster Richard Holz, it was heralded as “America’s Foremost Brass Band.” The liner notes stated boldly: “From the ‘greatest city in the world’ comes one of the greatest bands of the world. The description of the band by a leading New York music critic over 70 years ago—

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“amateur musicians who play like professionals”—can easily be underscored and endorsed in the second decade of the 21st century. The NYSB has been and continues to be a trailblazer in SA and brass band music making. The band’s corporate attitude is not “professional” in the modern sense of that word. Rather, while truly outstanding in performance, their approach is that of the “amateur” in its original sense—people who love what they pursue in art, rather than an approach to their music as a “job.” It is worth emphasizing here that throughout its illustrious career, the NYSB has been and continues to be a fully volunteer musical organization. Each member gives freely of their time and effort while in the band, all in addition to their regular “day job.”  The band continues to be motivated by their love of Christ, the essential ingredient in potential staff bandsmen when the group first formed under Commander Ballington Booth in the spring of 1887. That motivation they link to their desire and their calling to lift high the Gospel message. As I have

studied and written in detail about this band for almost three decades—its music, its leaders, its personnel, its service record—I can make such assertions with assurance and in doing so transcend platitudes. This band focused on Christian mission does not get bogged down in matters of protocol, social status, or the latest fad. The NYSB is just as comfortable playing at an Adult Rehabilitation Center or local SA community center as it is at a fancy dinner honoring donors to the SA, or giving sacred concerts in some of the world’s finest venues and with the finest musicians. Their music making serves as an arm of the Salvation Army’s compassionate ministry while keeping true to the highest purposes of sacred music— giving praise and glory to God.  For those interested in the wider impact of this band in places where the band proclaims the Gospel, this selective listing of famous locations where the NYSB has featured—in several, multiple times—can provide an encapsulation of their global impact. New York locations dominate, but far–flung

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concert halls are added to provide perspective: Alice Tully Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Buckingham Palace Forecourt, Carnegie Hall, Disneyworld, Madison Square Metropolitan Opera LT.Garden, COLONEL KENNETH W. MAYNOR House (NYC), ThEXECUTIVE e National OFFICER AuditoSpring Valley Corps, NY rium (Washington, D.C.), New York Paul Lovatt-Cooper Fire In the Blood Central Park Mall,Cleveland Roy ThIndians omson Hall Chicken Parmesan (Toronto), Royal Albert Hall (London), Ephesians 2:10 Sydney Opera House (Australia), Town Hall (NYC), United Nations, USS RONALD WAIKSNORIS Arizona MemorialBANDMASTER (Pearl Harbor), Wall Montclair Citadel, NJ Street (NYC), World’s Fairs, Yankee Ralph Vaughan Williams My Strength, My Tower Stadium, Yuinchokin Hall (Tokyo). New York Yankees The band has visited Italian the United Philippians 2:3 Kingdom more than eight times, toured Europe and Scandinavia on CHRISTOPHER WARD multiple occasions, traveled several SOPRANO CORNET times to the Far East, Australia, Hempstead Citadel,and NY Leslie Condon New Zealand, been across Easter Glory the border New York Knicks into Canada on more than 20 occaBlueberry Pancakes Hebrews 11:1 sions, and performed coast to coast in the USA. In all of this, added to a GORDON WARD pace–setting, unprecedented series of SOLOplayed CORNET recordings, they have a major, Hempstead Citadel, NY Leslie Condon significant role in Tchaikovsky, the nurturing and The Present Age (real football), Knicks, encouragement ofHull theCityworldwide brassRangers, Mets Steak band community Philippians and especially the 4:6 music program of The Salvation Army. DEREK LANCE SOLO CORNET

Spring Valley Corps, NY Kenneth Downie King of Heaven Cincinnati Bengals Delassandros Cheesesteak 1 Peter 1:13-16

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• HOME • HOME CORPS CORPS • COMPOSER • COMPOSER • S.A. • S.A. BAND BAND PIECE PIECE • SPORTS • SPORTS TEAM TEAM • FOOD • FOOD • BIBLE • BIBLE VERSE VERSE

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Manhattan Citadel, NY Eric Ball Song of Courage Boca Juniors (ARG) Argentinean BBQ Philippians 1:6

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Levittown Corps, PA Robert Redhead A Pastoral Symphony New York Rangers, Giants, Yankees Korean Kalbi Steak Ezekiel 36:26, 28b

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Levittown Corps, PA Kenneth Downie Hope of Glory None Korean Kalbi Steak I John 4:7, 8

MAJOR JAMES BETTS FIRST CORNET

Spring Valley Corps, NY Kevin Norbury Easter Glory All teams Cleveland and Ohio State Macaroni and Cheese 2 Chronicles 7:14

HARRISON LUBIN FIRST CORNET

Westbury Corps, NY Peter Graham My Strength, My Tower New York Knicks, Giants, Jets & Yankees Haitian food Jeremiah 29:11

PETER VAUGHAN SECOND CORNET

Spring Valley Corps, NY Peter Graham Corpus Christi New York Mets, Jets Chinese Philippians 4:13

MARTIN ROSAMILIA SECOND CORNET

Queens Temple, NY James Horner Make His Praise Glorious Racing Club de Montevideo Watermelon John 21: 25

DOUGLAS BERRY FLUGELHORN

White Plains Corps, NY Lennon/McCartney For Our Transgressions New York Yankees Bacon, Egg & Cheese Sandwich Esther 4:14

TIM WARD SOLO HORN

Manhattan Citadel, NY Kevin Norbury Variations on Maccabeus New York Knicks BBQ Romans 5: 1-5

MAJOR DONALD SPENCER FIRST HORN

Boyertown Corps, PA Ray Steadman-Allen A Psalm of Praise Pittsburgh Steelers Fried Chicken Romans 10:9

LAURA FYN SECOND HORN

Brooklyn Bay Ridge Corps, NY Gustav Mahler Sanctuary San Francisco 49ers Tomatoes Acts 1:8

ADAM FYN FIRST BARITONE

Brooklyn Bay Ridge Corps, NY Wilfed Heaton, Gustav Mahler Just as I am Pittsburgh Penguins Sushi Psalm 46

ELISHA MORETZ SECOND BARITONE Port Jervis Corps, NY Leslie Condon Credo Pittsburgh Steelers Macaroni and Cheese Revelation 22:1-5

DOROTHY GATES FIRST TROMBONE

Middletown Corps, NY Johannes Brahms & Igor Stravinsky My Treasure None Indian Psalm 37:4

LORENA SIMMONDS LANCE FIRST TROMBONE

Spring Valley Corps, NY Robert Redhead Reflections in Nature Toronto Maple Leafs Cheese Isaiah 40:28

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October 22, 2010 at 7:25 PM COMMISSIONERS

ISRAEL L. AND EVA D. GAITHER

Retirement Recognition Dinner Celebration Heroes of the Faith 1962–64

NEEDED: Young adults with a passion to … RAISE UP THE NEXT GENERATION OF SAINTS AND SOLDIERS

ALL WITH THIS GOAL:

Reclaiming children and youth for Christ! RAILTON SCHOOL STUDENTS: • Train in essential professional skills • Are mentored as leaders of character • Research best practices in youth work • Are cultivated as godly youth workers • Embrace core values of Salvationism • Integrate academics and practical skills • Serve in front–line ministries

USA Eastern Territory Old Orchard Beach Camp Meetings Commissioners Lawrence R. and Nancy A. Moretz Territorial Leaders

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CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION (STEPHEN BULLA)

AWAY IN A MANGER

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SILENT NIGHT

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Friday, February 1, 2013 7:25 pm

Welcome and

Installation Commissioners Barry C. and Sue Swanson USA Eastern Territorial Leaders

Worship Prelude New York Staff Band Greater New York Youth Chorus Unbound Entrance of Leaders Flag Bearers Eastern Territory ‘Disciples of Jesus’ New York Staff Bandsman Charles F. Olsen, Jr. A/C Joshua Morales (SWO)

Scripture Colossians 1:24-2:7 Territorial Arts Ministries Selection “Honored, Glorified, Exalted” (Rouse) Greater New York Youth Chorus Word of Welcome Commissioners Lawrence R. & Nancy A. Moretz

Song of Proclamation “All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name” Colonel William R. Carlson

Response Commissioner Sue Swanson

Prayer Chorus “Jesus, Name Above All Names”

Song “Fairest Lord Jesus” Commissioner Sue Swanson

Prayers Colonel Marcella Carlson New York Staff Bandsman Lindsay Evans

USA Eastern Territory Commissioners Barry C. and Sue Swanson Territorial Leaders

Introduction of Family and Guests

Presentation of National Leaders Response Commissioner William A. Roberts Selection “He Leadeth Me” New York Staff Band Chorus

Installation of Territorial Leaders Flag Bearers A/C Joshua Morales (SWO) A/C LeNissa Rivera (SNE) Prayer of Dedication Commissioner Nancy L. Roberts Selection “Knowing You” (Davis) New York Staff Band Message Commissioner Barry C. Swanson Prayer and Commitment Song “Hallelujah to the Lamb” Benediction Captain Cindy-Lou Drummond

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ommissioner Barry C. Swanson has been appointed Territorial Commander and Commissioner Sue Swanson Territorial President of Women’s Ministries for the USA Eastern Territory as of February 2013. As Territorial Commander, Commissioner Barry Swanson is the administrative and ecclesiastical leader of The Salvation Army in 10 Eastern states plus Puerto Rico, with headquarters in West Nyack, N.Y. The territory includes more than 1,600 active and retired officers, 369 corps, and more than 1,000 other centers of operation. Commissioner Barry Swanson, a native of Chicago, attended Northern Illinois University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing. In 1975 he married Sue Miller and they entered the College for Officer Training in 1976, being commissioned as officers in 1978. Lieutenants Barry and Sue Swanson were appointed to corps work in Michigan and continued in this sphere of ministry for 12 years.

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In 1990 Commissioner Swanson attended The Salvation Army’s International College for Officers (ICO) in London, England. Commissioner Sue Swanson had a similar opportunity to grow in her faith in Christ with other officers at the ICO in 2000. Both testify to

the truly enriching experience that being a delegate at the ICO affords. Captains Swanson were first appointed to the Heartland Divisional Headquarters in the USA Central Territory in June 1990, followed by another corps appointment prior to becoming the divisional leaders of the Heartland Division in August 1995, with promotion to the rank of Major. The Swansons’ officer experience was further widened in July 1999 when they were appointed to Territorial Headquarters in Chicago, with promotion to Lieutenant Colonel. In 2001 Lt. Colonel Sue became Territorial Candidates Secretary, a role she found particularly fulfilling. This was followed by an appointment in July 2006 to USA National Headquarters in Alexandria, Va.—Lt. Colonel Barry Swanson as National Chief Secretary and Lt. Colonel Sue Swanson as National Secretary for Women’s Ministries. A year later and promoted to the rank of

Commissioner, the Swansons were appointed to International Headquarters (IHQ) in London, where Commissioner Barry Swanson became International Secretary for the Americas and Caribbean Zone, while Commissioner Sue Swanson was appointed as Zonal Secretary for Women’s Ministries. Just one year later, in October 2008, Commissioners Swanson returned to the USA to assume responsibilities as Territorial Leaders of the USA Central Territory. In addition being appointed Territorial President of Women’s Ministries, Commissioner Sue was given the additional role of Territorial Ambassador for Prayer. In May 2010 the Commissioners returned to IHQ as Chief of the Staff and World President of Women’s Ministries, respectively. As Chief, Commissioner Barry Swanson was second–in–command of the worldwide Salvation Army and chief administrative officer for The Salvation Army’s IHQ. The Swansons are parents to four adult children: Joan Kurtz, married to Patrick; Will and Chrissy Swanson, who have two daughters, Luella and Martha; Michael, who is married to Kristina Bonesteel; and Andrea Strand, who is married to Colin.

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Welcome to Cadets

Ambassadors of Holiness 2009–2011

Special Guests

Commissioners Trevor & Memory Tuck We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us. We implore you on Christ’s behalf: Be reconciled to God. 2 Corinthians 5:20 (NIV)

Friday 7:25 pm September 11,2009 Centennial Memorial Temple West 14th Street, New York, N.Y.

USA Eastern Territory Commissioners Lawrence R. and Nancy A. Moretz Territorial Leaders

Empowerment 2008

Be encouraged | Be empowered | Be equipped A recruitment conference presented by the Territorial Committee for Salvationists of African Descent

October 31 – November 2 Ladore Lodge, Waymart, Pa.

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Territorial Scandinavian Congress 1887–2012

Special Guests Commissioners

Lawrence R. and Nancy A. Moretz

Major Algerome Newsome Youth & Candidates Secretary National Capital & Virginia Division

Guest Chaplain

Major Friday Ayanam Harare Area Commander Zimbabwe Territory

May 25–28, 2012 The Salvation Army Ladore Conference Center Waymart, PA The first Scandinavian Corps USA opened in New York 1887

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Register by September 1 and receive a complimentary copy of Soldiers of Uncommon Valor: The history of Salvationists of African descent in the United States

Commissioners Lawrence R. and Nancy A. Moretz Territorial Leaders

Registration deadline : September 30, 2008 For registration forms and further information contact your corps officers.

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For information; please contact Major Sidney Anderson 440 West Nyack Road West Nyack, NY 10994 sidney_anderson@use.salvationarmy.org 845–620–7466

Welcome • Valkommen • Velkommen USA Eastern Territory Commissioners R. Steven and Judith A. Hedgren Territorial Leaders

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NEVER ALONE

"EVEN WHEN I WALK THROUGH THE DARKEST VALLEY, I WILL NOT BE AFRAID, FOR YOU ARE CLOSE BESIDE ME..." PSALM 23:4A NLT

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Jr. Soldier Day of Renewal & Enrollment Sunday

VITAL SIGNS God, See what is in my heart. Know what is there. Put me to the test. Know what I’m thinking. See if there’s anything in my life you don’t like. Help me live in the way that is always right.

OCTOBER 12–14, 2010 THQ Conference Center, West Nyack, New York

PSALM 139: 23 & 24 (NIRV)

The purpose of the Mission Advance Conference is to train interested Corps Officers and Local Leaders in Small Groups Ministry and Natural Church Development (NCD).

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Small Groups Ministry Training

STEvE GladEN Small Group Ministry 101: Envisioning

JaCk STEpHENSON NCd 101: Envisioning a Healthy Corps

davE WETzlER NCd Coaches Clinic: Nurturing Healthy Corps

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God Is Able Time, Talents & Treasure

Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, Ephesians 3:20 NIV

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Congratulations EasternTerritorial

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The greatest among you will be your servant. 12 For whoever exalts himself will be humbled, and whoever humbles himself will be exalted. Matthew 23:11-12 (New International Version)

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Installation of Commissioners R. Steven & Judith W. Hedgren

Wecome to Cadets Friday 7:25 pm September 11, 2009 Centennial Memorial Temple West 14th Street, New York, N.Y.

Attempting to convey a message of “Victory” and “Togetherness” (as in the two of them). 2 Corinthians 2:14

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