GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers

GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers

GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers
GALLERY: Rhythm and Rhymes dancers

In addition to the start of basketball season, fans attending the Nyssa/Ontario girls basketball game were treated to two performances by dancers from the Rhythm and Rhymes Art Center from Fruitland.

John Braese

John Braese

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