They didn’t miss a beat … literally. It takes more than intermittent showers and a downpour to dampen spirits of the Golden Falcons.

Jefferson Township High School’s marching band hosted the North Jersey/New York Metro Region Tournament of Bands Saturday evening, Sept. 15, on the school’s home turf.

The Golden Falcons, a 1-A division band, weathered the worst of the evening’s elements, playing during a downpour that turned the bleachers into a sea of colorful umbrellas. As host, the high school marching band was not part of the night’s competition but received scores from the judges.

Township residents can enjoy the Golden Falcons 2019 presentation – Bildingsroman – at Falcons football games.

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Maria Weiskott is a Jefferson Township resident and a forty year veteran of the publishing profession. An award-winning journalist and editor, she served in top managerial positions at numerous business-to- business newspapers and magazines including Reed Elsevier and Fairchild Publications. Early in her career she operated a local newspaper in the Passaic Valley towns of Little Falls, Totowa and the former West Paterson. Following retirement, she launched a “ghostblogging” service that provides social networking update and blogging services for small and medium sized businesses. Maria travels widely with her husband and is a passionate photographer. She can be reached at maria.weiskott@thejeffersonchronicle.com.