Turning Pointe Performance Company took home a number of awards at the recent Just Dance Festival on Saturday

Local dancers take eight of 14 awards at dance festival

Turning Pointe Performance Company performs exceptionally

The results are in for the Turning Pointe Performance Company in the overall awards ceremony at the Just Dance Festival.

Out of the 14 overall awards the adjudicator presented on Saturday afternoon, TPPC was awarded eight of them. It was an outstanding weekend of dance for TPPC dancers.

The award winners were:

1. Adjudicator’s Choice Award for Top Overall Senior Dance (stage) $100 award sponsored by Yule Anderson was won by Kirsten Townsend.

2. Adjudicator’s Choice Award for Top Overall Junior Dancer (stage) $100 award sponsored by Heritage Credit Union was won by Janaeya Baher.

3. Adjudicator’s choice Award – Overall. $150 award sponsored by Just Dance Festival was won by TPPC group performing “Halo.”

4. High Score Group Award – Stage. $150 award sponsored by Kootenay Savings Credit Union was won by TPPC youngest group performing “Walk the Dinosaur.”

5. High Score Duo/Trio Award – Stage. $125 award sponsored by Kootenay Smile Studio was won by Janaeya Baher and Meigan Croteau for their tap duet “Bear Cat.”

6. High Score Solo award – stage. $75 award sponsored by M & M Meat Shops was won by Meigan Croteau for her acro solo “Egypte.”

7. Most Entertaining Group Award $150 sponsored by Dr. Swetlikoff was awarded to the TPPC who performed “Off to Oz.”

8. Most Entertaining Solo, duo, trio $100 Award sponsored by Turning Pointe Dance Studio was presented to Kyra and Bri-Anne Zubick for their acro duo of “Me and My Shadow”.

 

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