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Moore's Dance Company Performs for Cloverleaf Nursing Home

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

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(Front row) Preschool Dancers Camryn Pell, Keira Bledsoe, Emma Beasley, Lauren Rindone; (back row) Competition Team Allison Marshall, Kaya Daub, Rebecca Depasse, Madison Russell.
Moore's Dance Company performed ballet, tap, lyrical, and jazz dances for residents at Cloverleaf Nursing Home on Wednesday, April 8 in an early celebration of National Dance Week. Moore's Dance Company is a proud supporter of National Dance Week that runs April 24-May 3. For more information on National Dance Week visit www.nationaldanceweek.org. Instructors of the dancers are: Dana Lorenze-Daub, Megan Keller, Brittany Campbell, and Tricia Junker.


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Such a thoughtful job!!IT;s really great to see someone taking the time for the people who can't get out and about

-- Posted by ape1 on Wed, Apr 15, 2009, at 10:04 AM

GOOD JOB GIRLS, I use to live my daughter dance when she was a small girl

-- Posted by ape1 on Wed, Apr 15, 2009, at 10:04 AM


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