Dance Review Photos: Wadena Dancers Showcase Their Skills – Wadena Pioneer Journal

WADENA — After a record-breaking season, the Wadena-Deer Creek dance crews showcased their talents to a packed house at the annual Rhythmette Dance Review on Saturday, March 19.

The teams performed their dances of the 2021-22 season for the last time alongside the

Just for Kix

teams. With a gym full of excitement, proud families watched their favorite dancers in their talented performances.

Featuring dancers ages 3-18, the Community Dance Revue highlighted the varsity and junior varsity dance teams, the Just for Kix teams, solo performances, a mother/daughter dance and a boys/girls dance.

Charli Snyder, right, smiles with her mother Julia Snyder, left, as they groove to Meghan Trainor’s “Mom” at the Rhythmette Dance Review on March 19, 2022.

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Girls in line performing a kick routine.
The Wadena-Deer Creek junior varsity team shares their high kick routine on March 19, 2022.

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Girls dancing.
The Wadena-Deer Creek varsity team shines during their performance of “I’ll Make a Man Out of You” on March 19, 2022 at Rhythmette Dance Review.

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The varsity team is parting ways with three seniors, including Kelly Muckala, Kendall Godel and Anna Osberg. Osberg noted that her favorite dance memory creates bonds that will last a lifetime.

WDC dance teams are open to new students in grades 7-12. Just for Kix dance classes are available for children in grades K-12.

Girls dancing.
Sophomore Isabelle Larson, front, dances with the Wadena-Deer Creek Rhythmettes on March 19, 2022.

Rebecca Mitchell / Pioneer Diary