About the Sundown Optimist Baton Group
The Sundown Optimist Baton Group (previously the Sundown Optimist Buffalo Gals) were formed in 1967 as part of Canada’s Centennial Celebration, and named after Regina’s Buffalo Days Exhibition.
From the early beginnings of the Twirling Teens to the excitement of today’s World Team, the original concept of SOBG remains the same: participation in SOBG provides an opportunity for baton twirling students to practice and perfect their sport in an atmosphere of camaraderie with their baton twirling buddies.
Lasting friendships are formed by students and parents alike and this spirit of co-operation among their competitive peers enables SOBG to set their personal goals high and work together in a supportive atmosphere to realize their dreams.
The SOBG parents work diligently as well and, together with the Sundown Optimist Club, have provided the BG’s the opportunity to travel to many National and World Championships. As well, two special performances at Optimist International Conventions remain a highlight to this day.