Pipes and Drums on Route 66

Pictured from left are Joe Meehan, Drum Major Joe Tulley, Jason Wamble, Patty Williams, Mike Stuckey, Scott Grimes, Josh Prout, Russ Miller, Pipe Major Michael Donelson, Sean Meehan and Geoff Pavey. Missing is Piper Martha Shideler.

Pictured from left are Joe Meehan, Drum Major Joe Tulley, Jason Wamble, Patty Williams, Mike Stuckey, Scott Grimes, Josh Prout, Russ Miller, Pipe Major Michael Donelson, Sean Meehan and Geoff Pavey. Missing is Piper Martha Shideler.

Williams-Grand Canyon News

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Williams own Southwest Skye Pipe and Drum Band is presenting the World's Most Accomplished Pipers and Drummers in a live performance. The recital will be held at 7:30 p.m. April 17 at the American Legion Hall, Post No. 3 in Flagstaff, 204 W. Birch.

Pipes and Drums on Route 66 includes William McCallum, Jim Kilpatrick, Angus MacColl, Stuart Liddell, and Mike Cole. Their tour is going from Chicago to California and this will be the only Arizona performance. The Williams band will have the honor of playing with them. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased by check (made out to SSPD) to Aradia, P.O. Box 266, Flagstaff, AZ 86002. See them both on their Facebook pages, too.

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