. By Eric Heinz
Jena Minnick-Bull, proprietor and operator of South Coastline Sunroom dance workshop, will hold the Hip-Hop Master Classes on Aug. 27 and 28. The courses showcase specialist dancers and also trainers Chuck Maldonado, Amy Allen and also SuperDave.
Amy Allen SCC concentrates on education, which is provided to the community for individuals that otherwise would not have the access or chance.
The program also aims to “maintain the arts in the area, aiding to give doing arts scholarships,” according to the event news release.
The Dance Discovery Structure, which supports SCC, educators and students to bring out these programs.
With the Hip-Hop Master Courses, anyone can join, however SCC is sponsoring 3 of its students from the Orange Region Gang Reduction & & Intervention Partnership (OC HOLD) to reward them for their tough job in college and in the dance programs.
SuperDave Minnick-Bull said this was a means making more students really feel included and offer them something to join.
” They were observing they had a lot of women in the program, and I figured dance would certainly be a reward,” Minnick-Bull said. “About 18 months back at Palisades Elementary, they targeted a few of the kids that were succeeding in the motivation program. We really attempt to motivate them.”
The “Lunch Break Program” is an additional part of the SCC, which operates at Bernice Ayer Center Institution and Ambuehl Elementary in San Clemente. The program occurs throughout lunch time hrs once a week. To learn more see
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