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All Gymnasts and their families are invited to participate in "The Giving Tree" - Our opportunity to give back to the community
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Christmas on the Chesapeake 2012 ~ December 14th, 15th, and 16thWelcome to the Home Page for the Christmas on the Chesapeake Women’s Gymnastics Meet – Maryland’s premiere three-day competition hosted at the Baltimore Convention Center.
Last year’s event featured more than 2,000 gymnasts from as far north as Massachusetts and as far south as North Carolina. Christmas on the Chesapeake is a “don’t miss” East Coast gymnastics event. Cash awards are given to the top three Level 10 teams as well as medals and/or plaques for top placing gymnasts! Exciting competition, wonderful restaurants, and sightseeing attractions are all part of an experience you won’t want to miss! This relaxed, fun competition in December is a great way to begin your gymnastics season. The competition features short, on-time sessions that enhance the quality of the experience for the athletes and their families. For more information, please contact us at
Testimonials for the COTC Meet
Docksiders' Owner & Head Coach Coaches for teams participating in
Bob Ouellette COTC
In it's 20th year, the Christmas on the Chesapeake Gymnastics Meet (formerly Christmas in Annapolis) has started a new tradition of giving. The Giving Tree grows, with your help, throughout the meet weekend. Representatives from Toys for Tots and the Maryland Food Bank are on hand to collect donations of toys and non-perishable food items. As items are collected and placed on the tree it grows as a symbol of the generosity of the gymnastics community helping those who are in need.
The Giving Tree REPLACES the gymnast-to-gymnast gift exchange that previously took place before session awards were distributed.
A special "Thank You" to everyone whose generosity allowed us to help those in need this holiday season!
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