Spark Dance in Durango serves students with mixed abilities

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Spark Dance in Durango serves students with mixed abilities

Nonprofit allows all students to shine on stage
Members of Spark Dance Program rehearse Monday at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College for the upcoming Durango Dance Recital on Friday and Saturday. The mixed abilities dance group is an outreach program that makes dance accessible for children and adults with or without disabilities. The program works with students in three area schools is also fundraising to expand next year.
Members of Spark Dance Program rehearse Monday at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College for the upcoming Durango Dance Recital on Friday and Saturday. The program served 85 students in its first year.
Madlen Meier, from left, Bela Knox, Hazel Seashore, and Makayla Bogan, rehearse their dance Monday at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College for the upcoming Durango Dance Recital on Friday and Saturday. The dancers are part of the Spark Dance Program, a mixed abilities dance group that makes dance accessible for children and adults with or without disabilities.
Members of Spark Dance Program rehearse for the upcoming Durango Dance Recital on Friday and Saturday at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College.

Spark Dance in Durango serves students with mixed abilities

Members of Spark Dance Program rehearse Monday at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College for the upcoming Durango Dance Recital on Friday and Saturday. The mixed abilities dance group is an outreach program that makes dance accessible for children and adults with or without disabilities. The program works with students in three area schools is also fundraising to expand next year.
Members of Spark Dance Program rehearse Monday at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College for the upcoming Durango Dance Recital on Friday and Saturday. The program served 85 students in its first year.
Madlen Meier, from left, Bela Knox, Hazel Seashore, and Makayla Bogan, rehearse their dance Monday at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College for the upcoming Durango Dance Recital on Friday and Saturday. The dancers are part of the Spark Dance Program, a mixed abilities dance group that makes dance accessible for children and adults with or without disabilities.
Members of Spark Dance Program rehearse for the upcoming Durango Dance Recital on Friday and Saturday at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College.
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