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Dancing feet

May 13, 2014

Front row, from left: Emma Flanagan, Pheonix Hull and Carys Hale; Middle row: Lauren Platt, Mahala Fentenot, Kurstyn Gilbert, Kela Fentenot, Elizabeth Watkins and Autumn Hull; Back row: Lois Brandenburg, Carrie Hull, Savannah Wineland, Kamryn Yenser, Brooke Laux and Heather Hoffman.

Lois Brandenburg, owner and instructor of Lois Ellen’s Dance School of Columbia City, is celebrating 42 years of offering dance lessons with an upcoming recital Saturday, May 17, at 7 p.m.

The event will be held at Indian Springs Middle School. Classes are taught and choreographed by Lois Brandenburg, with the assistance of her daughters, Heather Hoffman and Carrie Hull. Students ages three and up will perform various routines in tap, ballet, and jazz.

The Twilight Cloggers, instructed and choreographed by Carrie Hull, will also be performing. Clogging students range from age 8 years old and up. Students with one year experience up to 10 years experience in dance have worked hard to learn new routines and are excited to top their “Hats Off to Broadway.”

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