JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- James Justice, a student from Baldwin Middle-Senior High School, is getting ready for the trip of a lifetime. He will be playing with the Boston Crusaders during the inauguration parade.
Justice left Friday morning from Jacksonville International Airport and has a very busy day ahead of him.
As soon as he gets to Washington D.C. on Friday, he said the drum and bugle corps will be practicing until about 1 a.m., then back up Saturday morning at about 7 a.m. to work on music and marching technique.
It is all to get ready for the big moment on Monday when the Boston Crusaders get to play during the parade. Justice says he is very excited to be a part of the inauguration parade and it proves talent can come from smaller schools too.
"I'm able to come from a small school, not some big art school. You don't have to go to an art school to be able to be a part of something bigger than yourself," says Justice.
So keep your eyes peeled for James Justice during the inauguration parade. First Coast News 12/25 will be streaming the parade on www.firstcoastnews.com
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