Dozens of dancers, baton twirlers and models gathered at Maysville High School Sunday to twirl for a cause.
Performers ages 3 to 18 participated in the Twirlers Unlimited Competition. Director, Pat Payne, who has been involved in the competition for 31 years, says many styles are entered each year.
"All kinds of twirling and all kinds of dancing, and we give refurnished trophies, my husband re-does the trophy’s every year and there was a man this year who brought in 200 those will be used for next year," said Payne.
The American Cancer Society receives all money raised from Sunday’s competition.
"We have people from the immediate area, and well we have some today from Cincinnati. It’s a good time for people to get together and compete in a happy atmosphere and it’s a worthwhile cause for the community," boasted Payne.
If you are interested in attending a future Twirlers Unlimited competition you can find out more by visiting TwirlingUnlimited.Com.