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CORRECTED Nutcracker Performance December 7, 2019

Dave Krieger - Paul Harris Fellow

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Nutcracker Performance on December 7th
 
Dr. Sarah Glendernalik, at podium, is artisitic director of Midwest Youth Ballet Company, a four year old, 501c(3) organization. Also shown, from left are dance coach Dennis and soloists Zaria and Harmony.  Leah, another dancer, worked the computer and told her story. Each dancer spoke about the benefits of ballet for improving their self esteem, character and posture.  The company, which includes 45 dancers, is preparing Nutcracker for December 7, 2019 at South West Michigan College auditorium, shows are at 2 and 6 pm, $10.  Classes for boys and girls are held at Fusion Center on Plaza Drive near the mall. 
Below are Dr. Jim's two daughters and dancers, Norah and Grace, who will be part of the Nutcracker performance.
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Dave Krieger Receives 2nd Paul Harris Fellow Pin
 
Jim Smith, left, congratulates Dave Krieger on his 2nd Paul Harris Fellow.  Dave said it was accomplished by just donating his change at the end of each day.