Maine twirlers going to championships

PORTLAND PRESS HERALD, Statewide – The Main-E-Acts Baton Twirling Team will travel to the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, to compete in America’s Youth of Parade, the National Baton Twirling Association’s Grand National Baton Twirling Championships on July 23-27. Read More
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Main-e-Acts twirling team preparing for the chance to represent Team USA at World Championships

FOX 22, Hampden – Twenty of the best twirlers from South Paris to Bangor are preparing for their biggest meet of the year, and some of the hardest competition they have faced. “It’s a different standard that we don’t really know because we haven’t competed in as many world qualifying events, but it’s more motivation to say we’re competing with the best teams from across the...
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Mainers Heading to National Baton Twirling Championships

B98.5, Augusta – The Main-E-Acts Baton Twirling Team is made up of 20 twirlers throughout the state of Maine ages 10 to 18 with some members have been twirling for over a decade. July 23rd through the 27th the team will be heading to the University of Notre Dame to compete in America’s Youth on Parade-the National Baton Twirling Association’s Grand National Baton Twirling...
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Baton team twirls for 24 straight hours in Bangor

WABI TV5, Bangor – There was a twenty-four-hour “twirl-a-thon” happening at the Bangor Parks And Recs Center Friday night and Saturday. The Maine-E-Acts are a traveling baton twirling team, made up of young women from Augusta, Bangor and the Oxford Hills area. We’re told they are one of only three twirling teams in Maine. Read...
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2018: Network for Endangered Sea Turtles

Our 2018 Main-E-Acts Team sparkles have been given to N.E.S.T. through their adopt-a-nest program (Nest 15). The Network for Endangered Sea Turtles (N.E.S.T.) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and protection of the habitats and migration routes of Sea Turtle and other marine animals on the Outer Banks of North Carolina from the Virginia border to Oregon Inlet. Monitor our...
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