Mount Si’s dance team, pictured from left: back row - coach Jen Stokes, CJ Tse, Serena Waters, Clarissa Ricks, Camille Ostrem, Gracie Stokes, Assistant Coach Megan Maxwell; front row - Morgan Wadsworth, Emma Eubanks, Ellie Wood. Courtesy Photo

Mount Si Dance Team auditions are open; two-year-old team aims to build a legacy

  • Wednesday, May 31, 2017 7:30am
  • Sports

The Mount Si High School Dance team, coached by Jen Stokes, invites students who want to dance, perform and compete for Mount Si High School to help try out for the team. The team is open for enrollment for current 8th to 11th graders, with or without dance experience, now through June 6.

Landing a fourth-place finish at the Washington State competition this year, with only eight girls on the team and only two years after launching, Mount Si Dance is hoping to build an established, legacy team like those in surrounding communities. For more information go to www.mountsidanceteam.weebly.com or send email to mountsidanceteam@gmail.com.

The team will perform for local events and parades this summer including Fall City Days, Railroad Days and the North Bend Block party. There will also be a summer camp showcase of the team’s new routines, Aug. 5 at Mount Si High School.

Community members can also assist the team with expenses by donating household and clothing items for pickup, now through June 2. Send email to mountsidanceteam@gmail.com to schedule a pickup.

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