Hundreds of kids get chance to shine at National Dance Institute year-end eventThis story was published by on March 23, 2018
With a cast of more than 600 public school children, NDI New Mexico’s performance of Got Jazz, at Pojoaque High School, celebrated 20 years in the community. The Santa Fe New Mexican picked up the story:
Every child wore a costume and a smile as they pranced, twirled and leaped across the Ben Lujan Gymnasium Thursday evening.
The performance, organized by the National Dance Institute of New Mexico, showcased the footwork of more than 600 kids from about 10 elementary schools in Northern New Mexico — from Alcalde to Hernández to Chimayó and, of course, Pojoaque.
NDI New Mexico-North’s year-end event, Got Jazz, marked the organization’s 20th anniversary of working with students at Pablo Roybal Elementary in Pojoaque.
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