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Faith Bemiss | DemocratJulie Willadsen, Smith-Cotton High School High Voltage Dance Team coach, directs students in the 11th annual Dance Clinic Saturday morning in the SCHS gym. More than 75 girls from kindergarten through eighth grade signed up for the event. “This is a typical year,” Willadsen said. “Sometimes it's a little bigger when we don't have so many snow days.” She added that two-thirds of the girls were returning students. The girls performed Saturday evening during the Sedalia School District Foundation Courtwarming Bash.
Faith Bemiss | DemocratJulie Willadsen, Smith-Cotton High School High Voltage Dance Team coach, directs students in the 11th annual Dance Clinic Saturday morning in the SCHS gym. More than 75 girls from kindergarten through eighth grade signed up for the event. “This is a typical year,” Willadsen said. “Sometimes it's a little bigger when we don't have so many snow days.” She added that two-thirds of the girls were returning students. The girls performed Saturday evening during the Sedalia School District Foundation Courtwarming Bash.
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Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Julie Willadsen, Smith-Cotton High School High Voltage Dance Team coach, directs students in the 11th annual Dance Clinic Saturday morning in the SCHS gym. More than 75 girls from kindergarten through eighth grade signed up for the event. “This is a typical year,” Willadsen said. “Sometimes it’s a little bigger when we don’t have so many snow days.” She added that two-thirds of the girls were returning students. The girls performed Saturday evening during the Sedalia School District Foundation Courtwarming Bash.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Marianne Treuner, in center, a second grader, and Lexus Lawson, in front, a first grader, practice dance moves during the clinic to the song by One Direction, “You Don’t Know You’re Beautiful.” Willadsen told the students to pick someone in the audience to point to when the song reached the lyrics, “You don’t know oh-oh! You don’t know you’re beautiful!”


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Friends forever, Katelyn Valtos, a first grader, picks up Piper Cantrell, a kindergartener, and swings her around in between practice sessions with the kindergarten and first grade team.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Hair flying as they bow and raise in a dance sequence, S-C High Voltage captains, in front from left, Devon Bryant and Logan Holman helped lead the girls in their dance routines. Willadsen said that Smith-Cotton High Voltage alumnae Elizabeth Estes and Karly Schmidt also came for the first time this year to help students with the clinic


 
 
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