Multiple, 2nd place, Jill Nance, The News & Advance (1)

Volunteer Ally Nigro helps Jordan East put on his tap shoes during Forest Dance Academy’s Superhero Dance Camp. The week long camp is for students with disabilities such as cerebral palsy, in wheelchairs, down syndrome and autism. It focuses on different types of dance, movements and rhythm. “I think they are getting some great therapy both physically and emotionally and they don’t even know it because they are having a blast doing it,” said director Michelle Thomas.

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