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International Influence on American Dance Styles
Although ballroom dance is widely popular and practiced in America, it originally comes from Germany. There are a number of ballroom dance styles that are recognized internationally. However, America has a few of them of its own which may not have international renown, but nonetheless are very much appreciated the world over.




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DooDad Sculpture Project - Henry Mitchell Elementary - 205 Bungalow Park Aveneue, Tampa, FL
Creating Sculptures with Paper with Mrs. White Join us every Wednesday to explore our own creativity, show innovation, and be inspired by the art of creating sculptures with paper. The possibilities are endless. Hillsborough County Public Schools continues with the partnership of Tampa Regional Artists to provide students with the opportunity to recycle and re-purpose a new object. This program began in 2011 and the tradition lives on. Mitchell Elementary will submit the sculptures in The Doodad Sculpture Contest at the end of April. Chosen work (by juror) will be on display at the Tampa History Center during the month of May. This is a wonderful way to allow your child to think outside of the box, problem solve and make an original work of art. Grades: 4-5 (Wednesdays) $85 813-928-8410


Geography of Oneida County, ID

According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 1,201.61 square miles , of which 1,200.33 square miles is land and 1.28 square miles is water. Elkhorn Peak is the county's highest point, at 9,095 feet above sea level . Alternating valleys and ridges of mountains or hills typify the topography, with grassland and sagebrush covering most areas. The Curlew National Grassland lies within the county. Adjacent counties Power County - north Bannock County - northeast Franklin County - east Cache County , Utah - southeast Box Elder County , Utah - south Cassia County - west National protected areas Caribou National Forest Curlew National Grassland Sawtooth National Forest Highways - Interstate 15 - Interstate 84 - SH-36 - .

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