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Shorebirds Dance & Stunt Team Returns in 2017
03/20/2017 10:35 AM ET

Dance and Stunt Team Flyer

The Delmarva Shorebirds Dance & Stunt Team is back in 2017 and is proud to continue the partnership with Nor'Eastern Storm. The team is designed for kids ages 7-16, and no prior dance experience is necessary. 

Rehearsal/Choreography lessons are required for all members of the Shorebirds Dance & Stunt Team. Practices will be held Friday nights from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the Nor'Eastern Storm studio in the Twilley Center at 377 Civic Avenue, Salisbury, MD 21804. Practices will begin on March 31.

Each dancer will receive:
-   A custom performance uniform
-   Dance/Choreography lessons at Nor'Eastern Storm studio in the Twilley Center
-   Five performances at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium during the 2017 season
-   Two free tickets to each game (additional tickets may be purchased by May 1)
-   One free VIP Parking Pass for all five performance dates
-   Chance to participate in gameday experiences
-   An opportunity to meet new friends and have fun

Karli Boog will serve as the team's coach. Boog has danced locally for 13 years, is a 7th grade math teacher, and has coached at Nor'Eastern Storm for 8 years. Katya Andrews will assist Karli. Andrews has coached cheer and dance at Nor'Eastern storm for 6 years. Prior to that, Katya did competitive gymnastics and cheerleading for over 10 years. She is currently a social worker at Peninsula Regional Medical Center.

2017 Pricing
$250 per dancer
$200 per additional sibling
*Must pay $100 deposit upon sign-up
*Amount must be paid in full by first performance date

2017 Performance Schedule
-Saturday, June 3rd
-Saturday, June 24th
-Saturday, July 29th
-Friday, August 11th
-Saturday, August 26th

To register or to ask questions, email Pam Duke at pnprocks@aol.com or call 410-713-8785.
Shorebirds contact: Kathy Damato 410-219-3112 x 168 or kdamato@theshorebirds.com

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