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|History for Fulton Gauchos||Fulton, NY|
|Inactive Senior Corps founded in 1960||Did you march Fulton Gauchos?|
The Fulton Gauchos, formed in 1960, was a senior marching and maneuvering corps based in Fulton, New York. They were self sponsored and affiliated with the Fulton American Legion Post 587.|
The corps’ colors are red, black and white.
The Gauchos were consistent first and second prize winners in New York-Canadian Association contests, and sponsored an annual contest called the Upstate Review.
The Gauchos were active through at least 1966.
[Encyclopedia of Drum and Bugle Corps, 1966]
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