Weekly Quote

“I don’t run away from a challenge because i am afraid.

                                                       Instead, I run toward it because the only way to escape fear  

                                                                                                                                      is to trample it beneath your feet.”

                                                                                                            -Nadia Comaneci


New Building Update- Parking Lot

Today we got a big job done at the new facility. The parking lot is finished and will be ready for paint by tomorrow. We are getting closer and closer to being done with the new facility!





Quote of the week

“Be brave.

                                   Take risks.

                                                                                        Nothing can substitute  


Besler’s Cadillac Ranch Fundraiser

Hey all you dancers, movers, groovers, and people just looking to have a good time and dance! SGA will be hosting a fundraiser at Besler’s on Oct. 24. Doors will open a 8:00pm.


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Weekly did you know

Did you know the ancient Romans used gymnastics as a functional sport? For example, warriors used the wooden horse to practice mounting and dismounting.

New Building Update – Foam Pits

Every day we are getting closer and closer to completion on the new facility. There is lots of progress being made on the lobby and the cement guys are busy getting all the foam pits done! Tramp and Bars pits

Quote of the week

Keep strong everyone! keep pushing forward!

The secret of change is to focus 

                                                                      all of your energy, not fighting the old, 

                                                                                                                            but on building the new.  


Weekly Did You Know

Did you know? Girls wear leotards when training and competing. The leotard is named after French acrobat Jules Leotard. He performed the first flying trapeze act in 1859 while wearing a body-hugging costume.