By Jean Hallman
Dance 411 thanks the community for the tremendous support of Behind The Movement (BTM) in October. The showcase was a night of dance and art designed by creative director Jeremy Green to encourage community involvement and support of the Dance 411 Performance Company. The event was a huge success.
In November, a benefit breakfast was hosted by Dance 411 Kids Company and Behind The Movement. The breakfast featured performances from company kids and their inspirational stories. All funds raised at the breakfast will help talented children who cannot afford dance training, competition fees, and uniforms. BTM and Dance 411 Kids Company are dedicated to supporting all children who love to dance, regardless of gender, race, religion, or socioeconomic status.
“It was a delight to see so much community support for our kids,” said Sindy Schneider, owner of Dance 411 Studios. “We love seeing these kids get a chance to demonstrate their God given talent and potential.” The community event attracted several local officials, including Atlanta Council Member Carla Smith, Georgia State House Representative David Dreyer, Fulton County Soil and Water Conservation Chairman Alan Toney, and Atlanta Council Member Natalyn Mosby Archibong.
Dance 411 Studios is a dance organization that provides quality training for children ages 3 to 17. From summer dance camps and intensives to progressive weekly training, Dance 411 offers children an array of year-round dance programs. Registration for weekly intensive programs is registering now through February 28, 2017.
You can register and/or check out all the upcoming camps at www.KidsDance411.com. Dance 411’s inspiring approach to kids dance education develops attributes that can serve a child well throughout their lifetime. These include discipline, self-respect, self-confidence, improved learning skills, creativity, self-expression, imagination, and an instilled appreciation for dance as an art form.
You can also call the studio at 404-622-4110 or email Info@Dance411.com.
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