Sierra Dawson, 8, left, wears a huge grin while following class helper Francesca Tedeschi during Wednesday’s INCLUDE (Inspiring, with No Challenges or Limitations, the Universality of Dance Expression) ballet workshop session for children with special needs. About nine students signed up for the week-long class during spring break held by the Mid-Columbia Ballet. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video
Sierra Dawson, 8, left, wears a huge grin while following class helper Francesca Tedeschi during Wednesday’s INCLUDE (Inspiring, with No Challenges or Limitations, the Universality of Dance Expression) ballet workshop session for children with special needs. About nine students signed up for the week-long class during spring break held by the Mid-Columbia Ballet. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Sierra Dawson, 8, left, wears a huge grin while following class helper Francesca Tedeschi during Wednesday’s INCLUDE (Inspiring, with No Challenges or Limitations, the Universality of Dance Expression) ballet workshop session for children with special needs. About nine students signed up for the week-long class during spring break held by the Mid-Columbia Ballet. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

New program aims to INCLUDE special needs children in dance

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