AMR Dance had their season come to an end this past weekend with a dance recital.

"So this past week finished up the current season our recreational program. We had a wind-up in class for our acro students and then for tap, jazz and ballet students we had a recital at the Kaleidoscope on Saturday," explained Alison Rutz, a dance teacher with AMR Dance.

Rutz expressed how proud she was of all of the students.

"I think it went awesome. We had a sold out show and I had a little over fifty students participate. I think they did a beautiful job, I love seeing all of their smiling faces and how proud they were. Some great memories were definitely made this last week and I am sad that our season is over."

The recreational program may be over for the season, but the competitive team still has some competitions to come.

"Our first one with my competitive team is this weekend in Olds, our next one in April will be in Red Deer, then we also have a competition in Drumheller at the end of April that we are looking forward to and our last one is in Camrose at the beginning of May," Rutz concluded.

AMR Dance is very thankful to the many people who have helped out this last season and are looking forward to next year.

Photos submitted by Alison Rutz.

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