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Intro to Tough Guys and Gals

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Intro to Tough Guys and Gals

Gabrielle McCune, Reporter

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It happens every year, the end-of-year performance for Tough Guys and Gals will occur on May 16th and 17th at 7 o’clock. At this event, those involved in Tough Guys and Gals will show off the dance skills they’ve picked up throughout the year. We’ll see a variety of dances throughout the performance such as tango, salsa, meringue, and a mix of the dances that they’ve learned. Not only this, but the students will also perform with their parents to show off their own teaching and dance skills. It’ll be something you won’t want to miss, so bring your friends and your family along with you to watch their showcase.

Tickets will be available for purchase at the door and are $5, but act quickly because this is an event with a huge attendance and the school’s theater only has so much space. Ms Phral commented on her students’ achievement saying,” I always look forward to celebrating what the students have achieved throughout the year in Tough Guys & Gals Do Dance. The physical, mental & emotional growth from day one to the last day touches my heart.” Students would personally like to thank Mrs. Prahl for all her hard work in instructing them on the lessons of dance throughout the year, “This year has been really fun and Ms. Phral has been an amazing teacher! I’ll never forget this kind of experience.” Ariana Alvarez (‘19) .

About the Writer
Gabrielle McCune, Reporter


Gabrielle (Gabby) McCune is a junior at LQHS. She is a reporter for the Hawkview newspaper and this year is her first year being on the journalism...

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