The Twirlzgirls marched in the Light Up Senoia Parade

Sat, 12/22/2007 - 11:26am
By: The Citizen

The Twirlsgirls marched in the Light Up Senoia Parade From left to right: Erin McCormick, Sarah Yoggy, Hope Hazelton, Melanie Hargrove, Hollyn Shadinger, Natalie Wilson, Lauren Tinius, Erin Carpenter, Caroline Poole, Gracen Cleary, Abby Smith, Katie McCormick, and Sydney Turnier

The Twirlzgirls debuted at the Light Up Senoia Parade. They are coached by Michelle Hazelton, the former Feature Twirler for Georgia Tech and National Baton Twirling Competitor. The girls had a lot of fun marching on the beautiful Main Street of Senoia. It was a great way to start the Holiday Season. The girls range in ages from 6 – 10 years old. They are learning the fundamentals of baton twirling, dance twirl and parade routines.

The Twirlzgirls are looking forward to many more performances in the community. Michelle Hazelton wants to promote the sport of Baton Twirling in Fayette County. Baton Twirling is a great sport that encourages fitness, teamwork, eye-hand coordination, confidence and lots of fun.

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