By Stephanie Thompson
People Editor 

Dance could leave lasting impression

 

April 19, 2017

Courtesy photo

Brooke Millemon and Joe Barbuto play their accordions for the Head Start formal dance.

Head Start students and their families had a great time at a formal dance hosted just for them.

On March 30, Head Start hosted a formal dance in Rock Springs for all of its students and more than 50 adults and 70 children attended the dance, Head Start employee Erin Barbuto said.

For two hours, the group danced to music from accordion-playing volunteers Brooke Millemon and Joe Barbuto.

"Each year, we hold a family dance to help families have a fun time together and to focus on the importance of music and movement for a child's development," Erin said.

Over the years, Head Start has hosted...



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