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  • Lisa Guerrero

    I remember having a baton because I was gonna grow up to be just like my aunts...memories of them teaching me are awesome!!!

  • Natalie H.

    Baton twirling... One of my greatest childhood memories!

  • Jennifer Malusky

    Batons ... I remember practicing in the front yard, hitting myself in the head many times. LOL!!!

  • C. Hall

    Baton twirling most little girls had a baton

  • D Garza510

    Batons... this is a vivid 80s memory. All the girls in the neighborhood had one.

  • Sandra Cox

    Yes, I remember ... Batons ... I was a majorette in high school and loved twirling my baton and marching in front of the band!

  • Bonnie Smith

    Batons. I had one of these when I was a Majorette in the High School Marching Band.

  • Lynda Smith-Rains

    Batons- twirled them throughout high school.

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