Dancers compete at provincials

FOUR DANCERS from Terrace’s AIM studio

FOUR LOCAL dancers are competing at a provincial competition this week.

Natasha Babock, Emily Hart, Reilly Kluss and Kennedy Gill, all from the Art in Motion studio, have been in Kamloops at the competition since last weekend.

Hart is competing in the modern dance III category, Kluss competes in modern dance II, and Gill and Babock are junior observers.

This competition comes after the dance studio’s success at two regional competitions earlier this year and the Pacific Northwest Music Festival.

At the festival, Gill won the Junior Dance Award of Excellence.

Hart won awards for Highest Mark Ballet Musical Interpretation Solo, Highest Mark Jazz Musical Interpretation Solo, Highest Mark Contemporary Duet or Trio with Maisson Gill and second for Duets 13-18 years, also with Gill.

Kluss placed third in Modern Solo 13-15.

The provincial competition wraps up today.

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