Holley dancers take 4th at State Fair

Staff Reports Posted 10 September 2018 at 8:37 am

6 numbers from Lisa’s Dance Boutique advance to semifinals

This group from Lisa’s Dance Boutique in Holley came in fourth at the State Fair with its tap performance of “Sing  “Sing, Sing, Sing.” They performed in the finals on Labor Day. The dancers include, front row, from left: Allison Amoroso, Charley London, Julia Frederick, Leah Kania and Savanna Isenberg. Back row: Olivia Amoroso, Madigan Neumann, Olivia Miller, Miss Heather Kelley, Deanna Schubmehl, Kylie Towne and Hannah Coolbaugh.

Part of the group, including Charley London (center) is shown performing during the talent show at the Orleans County 4-H Fair on July 23.

Lisa’s Dance Boutique sent eight groups of dancers to compete at the State Fair, which one of the groups coming in fourth overall.

Six of the eight numbers from Lisa’s advanced to the semifinals, which include the top 80 acts. Seven of the groups performed in the maxi division, which is ages 13 and older, with one number in the mini division, 12 and younger.

Lisa’s, a past state champion, qualified after doing well at the Orleans County 4-H Fair talent show.

This group – Hannah Coolbaugh, Olivia Miller, Deanna Schubmehl, Abby Connelly and Kamryn Berner  – performed Jazz Dance to Summertime Sadness.

Allison Amoroso did a Jazz Solo, “Havana.”

This group did a jazz dance, “The Beautiful People.” Front row: Allison Amoroso, Savanna Isenberg and Julia Frederick. Back Row: Olivia Amoroso, Leah Weinbeck, Kylie Towne and Tori Allen.

Kamryn Berner, Abby Connelly and Morgan Davis performed a tap dance, “Heart Cry.”

Morgan Davis, Abby Connelly and Kamryn Berner performed a tap dance to “Tap Dat.”

This group did a lyrical dance to “Don’t Let Me Down.” Front row: Deanna Schubmehl, Savanna Isenberg and Julia Frederick. Back row: Olivia Miller, Leah Weinbeck, Olivia Amoroso, Tori Allen, Kylie Towne and Emilie Weinbeck.

Bailey Amoroso did a jazz solo, “Every Girl’s A Super Girl.”

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