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Harding Ram Fest hosts Battle of the Bands Harding University High School's Marching Band of Gold hosted its debut annual high school battle of the bands, titled Ram Fest, Saturday, on Harding's campus. Bands from Virginia, South Carolina and Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools competed for trophies and recognition for hard work applied in this artistic endeavor. "It's a win win situation. It's an opportunity to experience the musicology of the bands in our area. It also serves as a fundraiser and a good excuse to come to Charlotte. Our band needs instruments, always and CMS is limited in funding. We use our assets and talents and get our kids to march. The skills learned through the arts will lead band members to achieve any goal they set," said Anthony Jones, Harding band director. West Mecklenburg High marched and placed first in majorettes, flag star, overall performance and drum major, Michael Silas. Nicole Morrison, Michael's mother, hollered proudly as he accepted the trophy. "He's a leader. He's in school and graduating this year. The band provides that extra push. As a single mother, it's been a challenge raising a boy. In our neighborhood there's a lot of young guys just hanging around in the day time. I have a good child,' said Morrison. . Phillip O Berry snatched the Grand Champion trophy, placed first in music performance and marching performance. South Carolina's Fairfield, Keenan and Marlboro high schools took home several awards as did Virginia's Brunswick High School. The 500 plus spectators enjoyed an exhibition presented by Harding's Marching Band of Gold like the thousands at President Barack Obama's inauguration in 2009. Yasmin Young, Power 98 radio, emceed the event with Faith Counseling Center and Radiance Hair Studio sponsored ads. "It is quite fitting that this Annual Ram Fest has been established to serve as a gathering for alumnae, families and friends of Harding to continue to show their love and support for this outstanding institution," said Richard McElrath, Sr., district 2 representative, Charlotte Mecklenburg Board of education and grandfather of Harding's senior drum major, Reshard.