Denver Marching Knights Home Page
Welcome to the official Denver Marching Knights Website

This is the place to find out everything you would like to know about the Denver
Marching Knights from History to Performances to Donations and a whole lot more.  
We are glad you stopped by our page, please be sure to sign the guest book and let
us all at the Marching Knights know you were here. If you would like more info on
DMK or would like to be a part of DMK please go to the Contact Us page fill out the
information form and a member of the Marching Knights staff will contact you as
soon as possible
Membership Requirements

Denver Parks and Recreation Membership Card
Youth ages 5-11  Practice times To Be Announced
All other ages and full practice times To Be Announced.
Aye Program Members must be 12-18 to participate.
Bruce Randolph Program is only open to BR students
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develop the leadership skills of inner-city youth between the ages of 5-21.  DMK is
The Denver Marching Knights is a non-profit organization created in August 2001 to
dedicated to the achievement and advancement of all youth by giving them
something to do in a safe and caring environment helping them to build positive
leadership traits through training, which includes self-discipline, personal
responsibility and respect for self and others.  This organization strongly believes
obedience to parents and respect for their self is a must.  We are committed to
helping youth stay in school and church.  DMK youth are leaders they set examples
for others and have a positive attitude at all times.

The year 2010 Is a new year for the Marching Knights  we celebrated 9 years of
existence.  Over the past nine years our continued sponsors throughout the years
have been The Denver Foundation, Unity Church Of God In Christ (Pastor Lamar
Kennedy) The Glenarm Recreation Center a part of the Denver Parks and Recreation
Division (Oliver Van) and Community support from people like you.   We thank you for
continuously believing in our vision!  And lets not forget the others who have helped
us along the way:  Pipkin Mortuary, The Epworth Foundation, Airport Concessions Inc,
The Denver Black Sheriffs Protective Association, The East Denver YMCA, Gospel
Temple COGIC (Pastor David Washington), The Metro Denver Black Church Initiative,
Bill Nelson, The Wichita Dynamic Steppers, The Warfield Corporation, and the
Denver Community.  There are many more then these few we have listed but to all of
you we greatly thank and appreciate all you have done to continue the vision of the
Denver Marching Knights.  If you would like to help in any way please visit the contact
us page and leave a message, or you can donate to the Marching Knights by
following the instructions on the contact us page.

The Marching Knights are funded through community and
private donations without you it would not be possible to keep
the Marching Knights going.

Help us get our new Harnesses and equipment make a
donation today

Starting Tuesday September 28 the Aye program a partnership
between Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, the Math Literacy Project,
The Denver Marching Knights, and other groups will start
this program is open to Youth 12-18 and will take place on
Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 4-7pm  @ Cleo Parker Dance
119 Park Avenue West Denver, CO 80205
20th and Washington across the street from Safeway
Call 303-295-1759 to enroll in this program or call 720-863-4592 to
get more information on the Marching Knights