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Let's DANCE!

• All Teams start this week! (Except for Jr Mon - no class today). • Tech Classes and Semi-Privates start next week. STUDIO ADDRESS: 155 E 200 N (The Old Standard Plumbing building) The Ballroom studio is on the North end. Drop-off/Pick-up: There is a driving loop set up, please follow the arrows. Please don’t park past the last painted spot. For pick-up, if you are the first car there to wait, pull all the way forward as far as you can, don’t wait right in front of the doors. This way, more cars will be able to line up behind you and not block the parking spots. What to wear: New dancers: wear comfortable clothes and tennis shoes. Camp shirts would be great! Returning dancers: wear your dance gear if it still fits. If not, wear tennis shoes. Team Lists: The updated lists will be sent to each age group separately. • Reminder about the BAND APP: The 22-23 groups are now set up. Go the IBA MAIN group to find the link to each team. You will have to scroll down through the posts - each team link is on a separate post. NOTE: It’s really helpful to us if you will put both your first and last name, and your dancer’s name (for parents). Something like this: Janie Fisher (Sam’s mom). To join the IBA MAIN group, use this link: Please let me know if you have any questions -

Janie Fisher Director, Idaho Ballroom Academy 208-201-6366 Shar-a-lynn Randall Shawn Fisher 208-313-0465 Ashley Fisher, 208-419-2888, Caroline Bates, 208-206-8215, Elise Rich, 208-206-3661, Sam Fisher, 208-403-2463, Sara Fisher, 541-944-7479, Jennifer Taylor, 208-390-1889, JaronTaylor, ‭208-346-2170‬

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