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SARA THOMPSON WINS CANADIAN NATIONAL DANCE COMPETITION FOR DANCE AGAINST TEENAGE BULLYING - SEE THE VIDEO

By Rhonda Spivak, May 19, 2010

Fourteen year old Gray Academy of Jewish education student Sara Thompson has won first place overall in the junior soloist category of the Canadian National Dance Competition for her lyrical piece entitled “Dear Dairy” which is about the damaging effect of teenage bullying. As a result of her victory at the competition last month, Thompson, who was also awarded an elite gold medal, has been chosen to represent Canada as one of only three soloists in the junior division at the World International Dance Organization [IDO] Jazz Championships in Poland in December 2010.


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