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History for Fulton Gauchos Fulton, NY
Inactive Senior Corps founded in 1960 Did you march Fulton Gauchos?
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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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