1966 - 1967

Director: George F. Kramer

Officer Body

  • President: Russ Rhinehart
  • Vice President: John Cannon
  • Secretary: Paula Siskind
  • Treasurer: Oscar Benisek
  • Historian: Susan Holtan

Award Recipients

  • Best Act: Women's Triples Balancing - Paula Holtan, Ann Crowther, and Diana Bracey
  • Best Female Trouper: Mary Lou Vaden
  • Best Male Trouper: John Cannon

Coming of Age

The Troupe entered its third decade with a road show season that included eleven shows at various high schools and one part time show at a press convention in Baltimore. Fittingly to end their twenty-first season, the members of the Troupe entitled the Home Show, "Twenty-One...Coming of Age".

"To celebrate our 'Coming of Age' ...twenty one years of gymnastic performances this year... we would like to draw an analogy between the troupe's development and the growing up of a child.  Each act might be compared to a period of life; so let us look through the 'family scrapbook' and reminisce."
1967 Home Show Program

The show started with Uneven Parallel Bars as "Coordination", and moved through Chairs as "Rebellion" and Mixed Doubles Balancing as "Dating", to culminate with "Dealing with the World", represented by Women's Triples Balancing, which went on to be Best Act for the year.


  • Perry Hall Senior High School
  • Mt. Ranier Junior High School
  • Easton Senior High School
  • Dumbarton Junior High School
  • The John Carroll School
  • A Press Convention in Baltimore
  • Nicholas Orem Junior High School
  • Boonsboro High School
  • Colonial Nursery School
  • Northeast High School
  • Edgewood High School
  • Lingonore High School
  • Home Show