Members of the Dance Club at M. C. Riley  Elementary School perform during an assembly at the school on Tuesday.  The performance was part of the school's Spring Arts Festival, which  features an exhibit of student artwork and performances by the Singing  Eagles Chorus, and Joleba, the school's African percussion group.
Members of the Dance Club at M. C. Riley Elementary School perform during an assembly at the school on Tuesday. The performance was part of the school's Spring Arts Festival, which features an exhibit of student artwork and performances by the Singing Eagles Chorus, and Joleba, the school's African percussion group. Jay Karr, the Island Packet
Members of the Dance Club at M. C. Riley Elementary School perform during an assembly at the school on Tuesday. The performance was part of the school's Spring Arts Festival, which features an exhibit of student artwork and performances by the Singing Eagles Chorus, and Joleba, the school's African percussion group. Jay Karr, the Island Packet

PHOTO: Dance students perform in Spring Arts Festival at M.C. Riley Elementary School

April 17, 2012 09:20 PM

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