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Moore's Dance Company Performs

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Moore's Dance Company Dances For Life

(Front row) Rebecca Depasse, Camryn Pell, Lauren Rindone, Emma Beasley, Keira Bledsoe, Kaya Daub; (second row) Maeci Litz, Olivia Jackson, Aydan Stearley, Justina Yocom, Trinity Robertson,; (back row) Madison Russell, Maci Brinkman, Sydney Browning, Payton Kumpf, Caitlyn Herron, Lauren Swearingen, Allison Marshall.
Moore's Dance Company performed ballet; jazz, tumbling, and hip hop routines on May 8 at Relay For Life. The students donated $160 to the American Cancer Society to perform their routines at Relay For Life.

The students will be performing at the Rotary 4th of July Celebration on June 30, at 5:45-7 p.m.

Instructors are Tena Sneddon, Dana Lorenze-Daub, and assistant instructors Tricia Junker, Brittany Campbell, and Megan Keller.

For more information summer tumble classes or our 10-and-a-half month (August-June 30) program email danadaub@msn.com

Moore's Dance Company Qualifies For Nationals

Kaya Daub, Rebecca Depasse, Madison Russell, Allison Marshall
Moore's Dance Company competed at Dance USA Regional Dance Competition in Indianapolis on May 16. Allison Marshall and Madison Russell received High Silver in Lyrical and Gold in Tumble Dance, while Kaya Daub and Rebecca Depasse received Gold in Ballet and Tap which was choreographed by Dana Lorenze-Daub.

Allison, Madison, Kaya, and Rebecca received High Silver in Hip Hop that was choreographed by Tricia Junker. Soloist Allison Marshall received High Silver in Lyrical that was choreographed by Brittany Campbell. Rebecca Depasse received High Silver in Lyrical and High Gold in Tap choreographed by Shawn Depasse. Rebecca received Top 5 Soloist for her Tap performance. Kaya Daub received Gold in Tumble Dance, Ballet, and Tap. All students qualified for National Competition and will be attending Dance USA Nationals in Branson, MO in July.

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