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Hopping to it, highland style

Group of tartan-clad girls (Abby, Abigail, Cassidy, Thaya, Kaetlyn, McKenna, and Emily, in no particular order)  get set to perform. - Jim Sinclair
Group of tartan-clad girls (Abby, Abigail, Cassidy, Thaya, Kaetlyn, McKenna, and Emily, in no particular order) get set to perform.
— image credit: Jim Sinclair

The Scottie School of Highland Dance put on a show on Dec. 5 to show the community how far the girls have come in their artistic training.

In all, 24 dancers took part and the show held in the Stanley Humphries Secondary School activity room.

Pictured below: Alyssa Martini.

 

 

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