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At the end of the 2019 season, Fred Morrison had the honor of telling the Crossmen members the story of Charlotte and Robby Robinson and their impact on the Crossmen throughout our 45 years of history. From Allentown on, each performance was #ForCharlotte. Each day had deep meaning and value that went beyond our incredible production.

Charlotte and Robby were instrumental in the growth of the Crossmen Drum Corps from 1974 into the 1980’s and beyond. If you ask any member from that era about Charlotte’s influence, they will talk about how their drum corps “Mom” was such a positive and loving influence in their lives.

As we mourn the loss of this wonderful woman, our community has expressed their desire to honor her in the greatest way we can as a whole—to supply a NEW food truck to the next 40 years of Crossmen. What better way to thank our Crossmen Mom and her great legacy than to PROVIDE to the next generations of Crossmen?

GOAL: $350,000 by August 31, 2020.


A sincere Thank You to the following generous donors!

Brian Law
Christopher Maher
Crossmen Alumni Association
Deborah A Rogerso
Denise Malone
Denise N. Hammond
Don Group
Doug Hadish
Elizabeth Leska
Frances Tobin

Glenn and Liz Johnson
Grant J. Davis
Harold Higdon
James VanOstenbridge
John P. Donahue Jr.
JoAnn Hume
Jonathan and Cherrie Terry
Judy Zimbardi
Julie Annis
Kevin Doyle

Laurie DeKruiff
Len Taddei
Logan Boyd
Lou DeMarco
Maureen & Larry Sweat
Michael Bohrn
Patricia Thompson
Robert F. Gross
Robert Levengood
Sean Barton

Steven Wilkins
Thomas A Dingbaum
Thomas Hunter Desper
Tiago Forin
ValerIe Shodin
Wendy Capra
Wendy Corkran
William Patrick