Michele (Sweet) Pangrac
Mrs. Michele is a current NBTA (National Baton Twirling Association) certified teacher and judge.
Mrs. Michele has been twirling nearly all her life. A native of Southern California, she holds numerous California State and All-West Regional Advanced Championship Titles from the years 1975-1988. In 1981, Mrs. Michele was not only the AAU National Solo & Strut Champion and Senior Grand National Strut Champion, she was also a Junior Olympics Gold Medalist!
From 1986-1990 she attended Indiana State University as the Feature Twirler and received a full athletic scholarship. Mrs. Michele became a world-traveler in 1986, and was a Good-Will Twirling Ambassador to Peru.
In 1988, Mrs. Michele was the Sr. American League National Champion and the Collegiate World Twirling Champion!
She once again took her talents international, and was a Swiss International Twirling Camp Instructor in both 1992 and 1993.
In 2016, Mrs. Michele was the recipient of the prestigious Texan Award, acknowledging her leadership and dedication to the sport of baton twirling.
Mrs. Michele's most admirable feat, though, is being a loving and selfless mother, wife, friend, and coach. She is now settled in Schertz, Texas with her husband, Stan; her little pups, Sandy and Rocky; her tortoiseshell cat, Mocha; and her fluffball, Benny.
Mary Ann Srulowitz
After copying her sister while she practiced twirling in the driveway, Miss Mary Ann began twirling at the age of 5.
She holds numerous Texas State, Southwest Regional, Arizona State, All-West Regional, and National titles through NBTA.
She was awarded a scholarship to the University of Arizona. During that time, she performed in front of crowds of 60,000 each home football game and twirled for the Nationally ranked Arizona Wildcats Men’s Basketball team. She also performed in 3 nationally televised bowl games in Las Vegas, San Diego, and San Antonio!
While in Arizona, she was a 3 time local titleholder for the Miss Arizona Scholarship Organization in the Miss America Organization where she won scholarships and performed exciting twirling routines for talent!
Mary Ann currently lives in San Antonio and loves to rhinestone anything she can get her hands on!