COMBERMERE- Dance students shared with family and friends what they have learned in their first fall term with the Madawaska Valley Dance studio, at an open house night held at the Combermere Community Centre on December 21.
Creative Movement, Primary and Ballet I classes presented their full classes, under the guidance of Madawaska Valley Dance Director Chelsea Clarke, who started teaching dance lessons at the Community Centre in October of this year.
She told The Valley Gazette that the dancers’ hard work this season is evident in the incredible progress they’ve made in such a short time.
“I’m so impressed with their focus, determination and tenacity and I can’t wait to see what they accomplish in 2018,” Clarke said.
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