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More Dancing Under The Stars


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THIS YEAR’S DANCING Under The Stars programme will be full of fun, entertainment and history.
This was the promise of Tyrone Lowe, chairman of the board of directors of the National Council Conservation (NCC), at a Press conference to launch the event yesterday at NCC’s headquarters.
The second annual event, being hosted as part of NCC’s 40th anniversary activities, will be held at the Garfield Sobers Wildey Gymnasium on December 3, featuring a number of local celebrities and professional dancers.
Lowe said the event was not a competition but an exhibition.
“Apart from the physical fitness aspect, there is mental development as well; since having to learn something keeps the mind busily occupied,” said Lowe.
British High Commissioner Paul Brummel, described it as beneficial. (AH)


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