Sabathanites return to Aquatennial
The Hines family arrived from New York a generation ago carrying a legacy of drumming in their genes. “My two brothers, my two sisters and I had always been in drum and bugle corps as drummers and majorettes. It was the family tradition,” music maestro Gary Hines told Insight News last week.
“We hadn’t been here a good week when Spike Moss tracked us down. He had heard about us being drummers. He asked to come around to the Elks. We drummed with the Elks, Cato Lodge and others from that point on,” he said.