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Preparing a Performance

Sharise Snyder,8, of Hanover performs Belly Dance to a song called "Belly Dance Superstar" with members of her Brownie troop in Hanover, N.H. on Nov. 19, 2013. The troop was practicing the dance for their performance at the 10th Anniversary Middle Eastern and American Belly Dance Showcase at the Lebanon Opera House. The girls will receive their dance badges from the eight week class that was taught by Gina Capossela, who donated her time for the class. (Valley News - Jennifer Hauck)

Sharise Snyder,8, of Hanover performs Belly Dance to a song called "Belly Dance Superstar" with members of her Brownie troop in Hanover, N.H. on Nov. 19, 2013. The troop was practicing the dance for their performance at the 10th Anniversary Middle Eastern and American Belly Dance Showcase at the Lebanon Opera House. The girls will receive their dance badges from the eight week class that was taught by Gina Capossela, who donated her time for the class. (Valley News - Jennifer Hauck) Purchase photo reprints »

Sharise Snyder, 8 of Hanover, performs a belly dance to the song Belly Dance Superstar with members of her Brownie troop in Hanover Tuesday. The troop was practicing the dance for their performance at the 10th Anniversary Middle Eastern and American Belly Dance Showcase at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday at the Lebanon Opera House. The girls will receive their dance badges from the eight-week class taught by Gina Capossela, who donated her time for the class. Valley News — Jennifer Hauck

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