Happenings In‘09 New Welcome to Military City USA Signs Coming
KE Dance’s summer camps include All That Jazz, Fancy Nancy, Rockstar and Super Heroes. The camps are designed to teach different genres of dance in a really fun way.
Thanks to District 10 Councilman Clayton Perry, the City of San Antonio will soon put up signs welcoming people to San Antonio – Military City USA. Perry, a United States Air Force retired Lt. Col., was always troubled by the absence of signs at the city’s boundaries. With the support of his fellow Council members, Perry pushed through plans to require such signage be added to the city’s roadways. The first Welcome to Military City USA San Antonio signs are expected to be unveiled in mid-to-late July. Perry told WOAI Radio, “I want to start with the eight main corridors entering the City, I-10, I-35, Highway 90, and 281/I-37, but eventually would like to see 'Military City' signs going up on all San Antonio City Limit signs and at the Airport.”
Kids Summer Fun in ‘09 Dance, Dance, Dance
BY RON AARON EISENBERG
To steal a line from singer Cyndi Lauper, “Girls (and boys) just want to have fun.” And, for many youngsters, that includes dance. That's the beauty of KE Dance's summer camps. They are all about kids having fun dancing, singing and doing silly stuff. The two to three-day camps began in June and continue through August, at KE Dance studios, 1242 Austin Highway, 78209, next to Gold’s Gym. Owner and director Brianne Doublin told 78209 Magazine, “There is still plenty of time to register for some of the July and August camps.” Camps include All That Jazz, Fancy Nancy, Rockstar, Super Heroes and more. Brianne graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in dance in 2007 from Texas Woman’s University. She has an enormous background in nearly every imaginable form of dance. 14
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Doublin says, "The camps give students who are out of dance classes for the summer an opportunity to keep up their skills. It also exposes campers to every genre of dance." Plus, she adds, "Camp is so much fun." She says, "I love this art form and am very passionate about teaching exquisite technique and creating a love for dance/expressivity in every student that we work with at KE.” And that definitely includes campers!
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