The Suburbanettes are recipients of the 2016 Major Marjorie Gilbert Award for Team Spirit and Dedication to the National Baton Twirling Association.
The Suburbanettes are recipients of the 2016 Linda A. Lanni Memorial Award for Outstanding Team Sportsmanship.
Maureen Dunn (founder of Suburban-ettes) was given the 2018 G.E.M Distinguished Service Award for her recognized contributions to the success of the livelihood of NBTA twirling with the spirit of service and support, commitment and dedication to the betterment of twirling, long term involvement, teamwork, and professionalism.
The roudy twirlers is a six week baton class held at the Roudenbush Community Center in Westford taught by Suburbanettes instructors. Students ages 4+ learn a short marching routine to twirl in Westford’s Apple Blossom Parade. This provides an opportunity for students to try baton twirling without making a yearly commitment.
HIGH SCHOOL COLORGUARD
Suburbanette team mates have twirled baton, flags, rifles, and sabres for their town high school on a colorguard team in many various towns.
The Suburban-ettes have received scholarships to feature twirl at many different colleges. They include University Mass Amherst, University Mass Lowell, Merrimack College, Holy Cross, Villanova University, Westfield State, University Central Florida, University Southern California, Rivier College.