N.B.T.A. MASS. CLASSIC OPEN CONTEST
N.B.T.A. MASSACHUSETTS STATE
Saturday, April 9, 2016
deadline: Monday, March 14, 2016
location: Holyoke Community
Advanced Solo Championships
qualifying for the "Big One" (National Majorette contest).
Many Individual and Group
events -- bring home a State Championship title to your home, studio,
ceremony at end of individual competition, celebrating all competitors.
Open to all twirlers in
Massachusetts. No membership required for National Baton Twirling
MASS. CLASSIC FEATURING:
Many Individual events
offered, including College Miss Majorette-Style Solo, 3-Baton, Beg. & Adv. Best Appearing, Baby events, as well as
Special Novice Solo for those who have never won a first place in Solo.
Open to all twirlers, from
No membership required to
compete in a National Baton Twirling Association sanctioned competition.
Twirlers love this!!
All individual competitors
in open & state* events will receive a Commemorative Plaque. Plates will
be awarded for 1st - 3rd place AND for participation in each event entered!
Participants in "Baby" events will not receive plaques/plates --
medals will be awarded for these events.
The plaques will be PERSONALIZED with the athlete's
i.e. Win first place in
Intermediate Solo, second place in Beginner X-Strut, and no placement in
Beginner Basic March - receive 3 plates - "Intermediate Solo-1st Place",
"Beginner X-Strut-2nd Place", "Basic March-Participant" - and display them
all on your Commemorative Plaque.
* Top winners in Adv., Int., Beg. &
Nov. State Solos, and Adv. State Strut will receive alternate prize
instead of plate.
BROCHURE & REGISTRATION
When available, click
here to download
contest brochure and open
using Adobe Acrobat Reader.
This will have all the general information that you require such as
directions, schedule and more.
Online registration for this event
is not yet opened.
Baton Coaches, get the combo
here for team
registration for this event. Click
here for pdf version,
and here for Word
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