|Fall 1999||Jim Mooy left the band due to expanded teaching duties at Santa Barbara City College.|
|January 2000||The Beginning Band was renamed the Prime Time Silver Band. It has taken on a mission of providing educational concerts at local elementary and pre-schools as well as performing some concerts for the general public.|
|August 2002||Olga Weddle and her family left for Turlock, California. Jeffrey Peterson, music teacher at Goleta Valley Junior High, has replaced her as the new conductor. Jeffrey has become familiar with both bands over the past few years by serving as a substitute conductor.|
|January 2005||J.B. Vander Ark retired from his position as Executive Director of the Prime Time Band organization and as conductor of the Prime Time Band. The band honored him with a retirement dinner in December 2004 and during his final concert conducting the Prime Time Band. We all wish him well with his (second) retirement. Jeffrey Peterson, conductor of the Prime Time Silver Band since 2002, became the conductor of the Prime Time Band. Joceyln Tipple has become the conductor of the Prime Time Silver Band.|
|June 2005||The Primeaires, a new vocal group, became an addition to the Prime Time Band. They made their debut at the June, 2005, concert at San Marcos High School. The group sings musical numbers arranged vocal groups with accompaniment by a concert band. Dick Curtis began the voluntary group. Members of the vocal group are also band members. They rehearse independently from the band until a concert nears. They plan to become a regular part of the two major concerts given by the Prime Time Band conducted by Jeffrey Peterson in June and December.|
|September 2005||The name "Silver" was eliminated from the Prime Time Band Monday practice group. Henceforth, both bands will be the Prime Time Band. There is a Monday practice group led by Jocelyn Tipple and a Tuesday practice group led by Jeffrey Peterson. Additionally, it was decided that after one year of playing with the Monday band, players may play in the Tuesday band, should they desire. The time may be less by invitation from Mr. Peterson.|
|September 2006||The Monday band was dissolved effective September 1. The remaining band members joined the Tuesday Band.|
|March 2002||The Prime Time Band played host to
over 100 New Horizon band members from around the United States at Cambria Pines
Resort in Cambria, CA. It was a fun week for everyone. The weather was beautiful
all week. A number of people visited the Elephant seals near Hearst Castle.
Band members were able to meet many new seniors interested in playing concert music as well as practice new songs. Roy Ernst from the Eastman School of Music, Rochester (NY) who started the New Horizon Bands was as conductor as well as Prime Time Band's J.B. Vander Ark, Ron Phillips from Carefree, Arizona, and James Kalyn from the North Carolina School of the Arts. The musicians were able to enjoy and practice a wide variety of music under very professional leadership.
|March 2004||Because the first Cambria Pines Band Camp was so well received, another followed in March of 2004. (See 2004 pictures for more information)|
|March 2006||A third Cambria Pines Band Camp was held in March, 2006.|
|March 2010||A fourth Cambria Pines Band Camp was held in March, 2010.|