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Heading to the Victoria Ballet Academy

Chloe Dugas was accepted into the three-week summer intensive program at the Victoria Academy of Ballet this summer. She is a Grade 7 Campbell River student who dances with the Performance Team at Urban Dance Connection as well as the Vancouver Island based dance company Dancestreams. - Photo submitted
Chloe Dugas was accepted into the three-week summer intensive program at the Victoria Academy of Ballet this summer. She is a Grade 7 Campbell River student who dances with the Performance Team at Urban Dance Connection as well as the Vancouver Island based dance company Dancestreams.
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Chloe Dugas was accepted into the three-week summer intensive program at the Victoria Academy of Ballet this summer.

She is a Grade 7 Campbell River student who dances with the Performance Team at Urban Dance Connection as well as the Vancouver Island based dance company Dancestreams. Chloe currently studies ballet and pointe, jazz, modern, lyrical and stage. She dreams of a career in dance and is thrilled to have been accepted with a full scholarship into the program. Special thanks to her teachers at Urban Dance Connection, Dancestreams, the Victoria Academy of Ballet as well as the Balletomane Society at Urban Dance for making this possible.

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