Annual dance recital May 9 and 10

F irst Step Dance Studio, led by “Miss Pam Hobus,” will give its annual dance recital entitled “Dancin Divas” at 6:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, May 9 and 10 in the Whitehall High School Auditorium.
Assisting Hobus will be a previous dancer with the troupe, Tyler Perrone. The recital marks the dance troupe’s 21st anniversary. And “We’re still kickin’,” Hobus said.
Sponsored by the current eighth grade class at Whitehall High School, the recital will pay tribute during its Saturday night show to departing members Katlin Gosselin, Madison Winters, Brittany Lyman, Joellen Egan and Samantha Briggs.
From between 75 to 80 students are involved in the recital, which will present “46 separate dance numbers,” Hobus said.
There is no cost to attend the recital, but the troupe does ask for a $6 donation to foster its future efforts.

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