Join the LWHS state champion dance team for a day of dance

The team’s booster club will host the summer dance camp Aug. 10 the school gym.

  • Friday, August 3, 2018 8:30am
  • Life

The Lake Washington High School dance team’s booster club will host a Junior Kangs summer dance camp on Friday, Aug. 10 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the school gym.

The camp is for girls in grades kindergarten through eighth grade and no dance experience is necessary. Cost is $60 and online registrations are still being accepted. Campers can wear comfortable gym clothes and tennis shoes and bring a water bottle and sack lunch.

Each group will work with the Lake Washington Dance Team learning technique and a short routine to perform at the team’s annual fundraiser, Drea’s Dream Friday Night Lights, on Aug. 17. Participants will receive a Junior Kangs T-shirt, hair ribbon, and counts of the routine with a summary of basic drill moves.

Register online at, http://www.lwdance.org/jr-kangs-dance-camp.html.

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