Solid Gold Twirlers Host Palm Beach Twirling Classic At Berean

The Palm Beach Twirling Classic featured 10 twirling teams from around the state participating in the team competition.

On Saturday, June 1, the Solid Gold Twirlers hosted its annual competition, the Palm Beach Twirling Classic. It was held this year at Berean Christian School in West Palm Beach. It was the first time since 2020 that the team was able to host a competition, which featured 10 twirling teams from around the state participating in the team competition and about 60 individual twirlers entered to compete in various solo events.

The Solid Gold Twirlers are a nonprofit youth baton twirling team serving the western communities. The team has approximately 25 twirlers ranging in age from four years old to 17 years old, who attend local public and private schools.

Coach Debbey Cramer founded the Solid Gold Twirlers in 1986. The team has twirlers of all levels, and this year some of the twirlers also twirl for Wellington High School majorettes. The team participates in local parades and community events, and the squad’s competition team travels throughout the state and country. This summer, the team will travel to Greensboro, North Carolina, in July to compete in the AAU Junior Olympics. Team members hold state and national baton twirling titles, and the team was recently invited to participate in the 2025 St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Dublin, Ireland.

The Solid Gold Twirlers are always looking to add new members, and all experience levels are welcome.

Anyone interested in finding out more information should call Cramer at (561) 719-9023 or e-mail