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Sun City Center Swim Dancers perform annual show

Members of the Sun City Center Swim Dancers are preparing for their annual show. Back row from left, are Ginny Williams, Peg Grigalonis, Barbara D’Entremont and Lynn Benz. Front row from left, are Sue Muise, Pat Ripple, Dana Ellerbrock and Rosemary Collins-Riley.

Sun City Center Swim Dancers

Members of the Sun City Center Swim Dancers are preparing for their annual show. Back row from left, are Ginny Williams, Peg Grigalonis, Barbara D’Entremont and Lynn Benz. Front row from left, are Sue Muise, Pat Ripple, Dana Ellerbrock and Rosemary Collins-Riley.

SUN CITY CENTER — The annual Sun City Center Swim Dancers' show, "On the Road Again" is at 2 p.m. March 8 in the atrium lap pool off N Pebble Beach Boulevard, 961 N Course Lane. The show will feature songs including I Left My Heart in San Francisco, Moon Over Miami and Portland Town. The Swim Dancers began working on choreography in October. The show will feature brightly colored suits and several costume changes.

Many hours of practice have gone into the show. The dancers practice three times a week and choreography for each song was done by individual swim dancers who interpreted the music combining swimming, rhythm and dancing. This year's show will feature acts from duets to full ensemble numbers showcasing several cities, including Kansas City, Portland and San Francisco.

Tickets are available for a $2 donation and can be purchased at the kiosk starting Sunday from 9 a.m. to noon. Tickets may also be purchased from any Swim Dancers member or by calling president Ginny Williams at (813) 634-1710.

Times staff

Sun City Center Swim Dancers perform annual show 02/26/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 3:42pm]
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