A public performance is planned at the conclusion of Neligh-Oakdale's drumline camp on Friday.
This final performance is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. in the Neligh-Oakdale band room.
"I hope you can all come and hear what the students have learned this week," said Nate Metschke, Neligh-Oakdale band director.
Band students had the opportunity to participate in a Drumline Camp taught by Michael Klee of Complete Percussion, June 9-13.
"All band students were given the opportunity to participate," Metschke said. "We have flutes players to trombone players learning how to play drumline music. It's a great way for students to learn a second instrument, their flute or trombone will still be their #1, but they can play in the drumline also."
There are 4 drumlines, divided by grade, ranging from fifth grade to high school students.
"Mr. Klee has been working with my students for three years now and there is a need to start a visible drumline that can perform at ball games as well as the pep band, and 32+ students chose to be involved and that's awesome!" Metschke said.