The Devine School of Dance to present recital ‘Once Upon a Time’ May 21, 22 at Abington Heights High School


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The Devine School of Dance seniors, from left, first row, Jaimie Bormann, Holly Beppler and Emma Henzes. Second row, Sarah Sickler, Lizzy Huggler and Adrianna Green.


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Young dancers from the Devine School of Dance, from left, first row, Grace Russini, Olivia Conway and Sophie Boland. Second row, Ella Woroby, Ava Kochmer, Deja Smith and Stephanie Bray. Third row, Molly Smith, Parker Manci, Lily Norris, Nina Totino and Brynne Jordan.


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WAVERLY TWP. — The Devine School of Dance will hold its 40th annual spring recital, “Once Upon a Time,” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 21 and 2 p.m. Sunday, May 22 at the Abington Heights High School. Tickets will be available at the door.

The Devine School of Dance seniors, from left, first row, Jaimie Bormann, Holly Beppler and Emma Henzes. Second row, Sarah Sickler, Lizzy Huggler and Adrianna Green.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_ABJ-Devine-1.jpgThe Devine School of Dance seniors, from left, first row, Jaimie Bormann, Holly Beppler and Emma Henzes. Second row, Sarah Sickler, Lizzy Huggler and Adrianna Green. Submitted photos

Young dancers from the Devine School of Dance, from left, first row, Grace Russini, Olivia Conway and Sophie Boland. Second row, Ella Woroby, Ava Kochmer, Deja Smith and Stephanie Bray. Third row, Molly Smith, Parker Manci, Lily Norris, Nina Totino and Brynne Jordan.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_ABJ-Devine-2.jpgYoung dancers from the Devine School of Dance, from left, first row, Grace Russini, Olivia Conway and Sophie Boland. Second row, Ella Woroby, Ava Kochmer, Deja Smith and Stephanie Bray. Third row, Molly Smith, Parker Manci, Lily Norris, Nina Totino and Brynne Jordan. Submitted photos

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Information provided by the Devine School of Dance.

Information provided by the Devine School of Dance.

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