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Dance spectacular

LISA Pellin Dancers put on their show A Decade of Dance at Wonthaggi Union Community Arts Centre over the weekend.
It was the culmination of a year’s work for the students, teachers, costume-makers and helpers.
The dancers performed their show twice, in a matinee and an evening performance.
Dance teacher Lisa Pellin said it was the first themed concert for her dance school.
The show recapped pieces from the last 10 years of concerts, giving it an amazing variety of costume and dance styles.
Some 120 students performed, ranging in age from three to 18.
All types of dance were represented, including classical ballet, tap, jazz, musical theatre, acrobatics and hip hop.
Student prizes, including encouragement awards were also presented.
One recipient was Lucy Hogan, whom Bass Coast Shire Council has awarded $4000.
She has won a place at the Victorian College of the Arts, where she will continue her secondary education and dance training in 2014.

Attitude plus: Judah Burmham, Harrison Sheedy, Tarek Minchin and Raj Lamers ready to perform their hip hop routine.

Attitude plus: Judah Burmham, Harrison Sheedy, Tarek Minchin and Raj Lamers ready to perform their hip hop routine.

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