Performance benefits children, advocates

Fifth annual dance performance will raise money for CASA, the Court Appointed Special Advocate association.

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February 25, 2020 - 10:10 AM

M.W. Performing Arts director Megan Weber, left, presents a check to CASA executive director Aimee Daniels in support of foster children in the 31st Judicial District. COURTESY PHOTO Courtesy photo

For the fifth year in a row, dancers from a Yates Center-based studio performed to raise money for CASA, the national Court Appointed Special Advocate association.

Performers from Brenda’s Dance in Chanute and Reflections of Soul Ballet Academy of Burlington, joined the Y.C. group.

In previous years, the benefit performance had been held at the Bowlus Fine Arts Center in Iola, but had to be moved due to space constraints.

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