The All Star Twirling Summer Camp 2019
June 24-June 26, 2019, with Robyn McDowell-Coley as Camp Director. Featured instructors are Lexi Duda, Savannah Miller, and Ansley Cartee! Private lessons are available on a limited basis.
Download the camp packet, which also includes the permission/entry form!
Lexi Duda is a University of Maryland Majorette, 3X Miss Majorette of America, 10X World Gold Medalist, WBTF Silver Medalist, 2X USTA Grand National 2 Baton Champion, and a USTA Grand National Solo Champion.
Savannah Miller is the University of Arkansas Feature Twirler for the Razorback Marching Band. She is a broadcast journalism major with hopes to one day become a traveling correspondent. She is the 2016 USTA National Women's Solo Grand Champion, National Dance Twirl Grand Champion and the National Collegiate Champion. This past August, she traveled to Sweden to compete in the 2016 World baton Twirling Federation World Championships for Team USA. She ended up coming home with the Silver Medal for Team USA! She is a former NBTA National and World Champion. Besides twirling, Savannah also works for the largest dance organization in the country called the National Dance Alliance as one of their choreographers! She is so excited to be attending our camp this year and can't wait to meet all of you!
Ansley Cartee is the Clemson University Feature Coach.
- 2013-2017 Clemson Feature Twirler
- 2012 World Champion Silver Medalist
- 2010 Miss Majorette of America
- Clemson Tiger Band Alumni Board Member
- Clemson Women’s Alumni Council
- Coach of Carolina Superstars
Camp Director: Robyn McDowell-Coley
Robyn is the coach for All Star Twirlers, Florida Elite,Niceville High School and Destin Middle School. Many of Robyn’s students go on to twirl in College. Her students have won State, Regional and National Titles. Robyn was a University of Memphis Majorette where she received a full athletic scholarship for twirling. Robyn grew up in Memphis, TN where she was taught by Nancy Mitchell and Laurie Britt while under their direction she won various titles in Tennessee and Mississippi. Prior to moving to Florida Robyn taught students in Tennessee and Mississippi. She is also a NBTA judge and coach.