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The Daley Debutantes are the oldest, largest, most celebrated baton corps in Wis.

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After more than 1,000 parades and more than 94 world, national, and state titles, the World Champion Daley Debutantes Baton and Drum Corps will celebrate its 60th anniversary in 2015.

Founded in 1955, by Sherry Daley, the Debs made their first public appearance in the West Allis Fourth of July Parade. Since then, the 114-plus members of the Corps have become a familiar sight at Chicago’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Fourth of July, Veterans Day, Memorial Day, and Christmas parades, as well as the South Shore Water Frolic, St. Francis Days, Irish Fest, West Allis Western Days, Wisconsin State Fair, and Milwaukee’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade in the Southeastern Wisconsin area.

Today, the Daley Debutantes are the oldest, largest, and most celebrated baton corps in Wisconsin. Click here for more information.