DANCE kid camp ends with a fun day!

Wednesday, April 6th, 2016


After four days of free dance lessons at the Lions Den, the DANCE (Dance, Activists, Nurturing, Children’s Education) group completed their program by encouraging the young dancers to also conserve their environment.14 DANCE Camp Finale
On Saturday, April 2nd, DANCE group leaders Gerry Badillo, Emilie Gomez, and Francisco Mendez joined the children and commenced a cleanup campaign along the beach leading from Mayan Princess to Boca del Rio. “We decided to give back to the community and teach the kids the importance of keeping La Isla Bonita clean,” said Gerry.14 DANCE Camp Finale 2
After contributing to the beautification of San Pedro, the rest of the day was full of fun activities. The youngsters showcased their dancing skills to their parents and supporters by performing a choreography, composed of dances taught during the camp. The dance participants were also awarded with certificates upon completion of the dance camp.14 DANCE Camp Finale 3
The full works of dance, games, fitness and love for the environment made this DANCE camp a memorable experience. “For us, the outcome was very successful. We are going to be having another dance camp in summer because it was indeed an amazing experience,” ended Badillo.
The DANCE instructors and dancers would like to extend a huge thank you to their sponsors at the Lions Den, Crystal Water & Ice, Finn & Martini, Rio Bar & Grill, as well as the parents who supported and believed in the team.


 

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