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Jumping through hoops

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Hoop Dancer, Teddy Anderson, performed at L.V. Rogers Secondary last week, before a packed house that included students from Wildflower.

The performer’s passion, humour, and amazing skills engaged the entire audience and earned him a standing ovation from the crowd.

Several students stayed behind to ask Anderson questions. That has led to the local school examining the option of bringing him back next fall as part of an artist-in-residence program.

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