Congratulations to Jennifer Curtis for her outstanding performance at Miss Nebraska 2010! Jen placed 4th runner up at the pageant and entertained the crowd with her amazing and upbeat baton twirling and dance routine! Jennifer showed incredible poise and grace during her evening gown presentation as well. Way to go Jen!
Photos from www.missnebraska.orgread more
Rachel Foehlinger has been named the 2010 Feature Twirler for the University of Nebraska Cornhusker Marching Band! She is looking forward to another exciting Husker seasonread more
We are very excited to announce that the Stepper-ettes have been chosen to participate in the 2010 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in NYC! More details to come!read more
Our first "at home" spaghetti dinner was a HUGE success! We served 680 guests (not counting refills) without having a kitchen available in our studio. We kept up with the crowd thanks to some VERY hard work by our parents and twirlers. Thank you all so much!
We also wish to thank our volunteer entertainers, Win Lander (check out his web site, winlander.com), Courtney Running and Rachel Foehlinger and her friends from the 2009 Ralston High School Show Choir. Thanks also to Beth Brungardt for her hard work in putting together the trivia contest.
Meanwhile, over on the "blue side" things went just as well with the auction, thanks to the countless generous donations from area business and our own families. We're still collecting from some of the high bidders, but our total is going to exceed $5,000, which is as well as we've ever done.
Looks like pop sales netted about $200.00, dessert donations $240.00 and door ticket sales $550.00. As soon as we have all of the ticket sales accounted for, auction funds collected, and bills paid we will post a final accounting of our income and expenses from Saturday night.
Once again, thank you all so very much! -Sue
Congratulations to all Stepper-ettes who participated at the Miss Shamrock Competition held this past weekend. You all did a wonderful job!!read more
Congratulations to Laramy Overton and Rachel Foehlinger for their outstanding performances at Twirl Mania 2010 held in Orlando, FL at the Walt Disney World Resort. Laramy placed 3rd in the "Miss Twirl Mania" event out of 30 contestants! Way to go Laramy! Rachel placed 8th in the Colligiate Classic and had the opportunity to compete at Epcot Center. She was also very proud to receive the "Tinkerbell" award- a sportsmanship award that was voted on by her fellow competitors in the college division.read more
We have recently submitted our application to appear in the 2010 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade held in New York City. The application portfolio included team photos, a resume, director's bio, and newspaper articles outlining our team's many accomplishments throughout recent years. Also included were letters of recommendation from Senator Mike Johanns, Congressman Lee Terry, Omaha Mayor Jim Suttle, Papillion Mayor David Black, and additional letters from parade organizers and community festival directors. The application deadline is April 1st so we believe we should know if we are chosen by mid-April. Keep your fingers crossed!!read more
Hi guys! I just wanted to let everyone know that my episode of "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" will air on Tuesday, January 12th and Wednesday, January 13th. These dates have changed from what I originally posted.
Happy New Year!
Sue Foehlinger was very honored to be named one of the Omaha area's "Worthy Women of Distiction". She was chosen for her civic contributions, business ethics, and overall connection and service to her community. Her achievements along with those of 7 other local women were celebrated at a dinner and awards ceremony held at the Nebraska Crossing Atrium on October 22nd, 2009. Congratulations Sue!!read more
The Stepper-ettes were honored to to be asked to take part in the opening ceremonies of the College World Series held Friday, June 12th. The girls had the chance to get up close and personal with the teams from across the country as the formed a "tunnel" with their batons for the players to run through as they were introduced. It was such a fun experience!read more