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November 27, 2003

New York City - A South Georgia band was featured on national television Thursday.

Lowndes High's Georgia Bridgemen were one of 10 high school bands performing in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. They marched down Broadway and performed "Sign, Sealed, and Delivered."

With more than 350 members, they were the largest band in the parade. It took more than 130 hotel rooms for all the students and chaperones, and bathroom breaks to over 30 minutes.

The band is under the direction of Charles Todd.

posted at 12:35 by ashley.harper@walb.com