United Dance complete first year of dance in Raymond Terrace

Molly Proudlock, Ballerina of the Year.
Molly Proudlock, Ballerina of the Year.


UNITED Dance located in Raymond Terrace celebrated their first year in town with their very first end of year showcase, with over twenty talented and beautiful two to five year old Munchkin Magic dancers.

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Bella Wade, aged four years old, was awarded Most Promising Munchkin at the 2017 end of year showcase.

She was chosen for this inaugural honour for her thriving talent, and her ongoing encouragement and sportsmanship shown throughout the year.

Bella first started dancing at United Dance Maitland when she was only 2 years old.

She started in the baby boppers mums and bubs class, where they learn basic rhythm and coordination.

Bella has steadily grown and improved to become an outstanding dancer, beautiful both inside and out.

Principal Maddi Price, who is a mere 23 years old, told News Of The Area, “Bella’s dancing has improved and her talent has really blossomed in 2017.”

“She really deserved the Most Promising Munchkin award, because she is constantly coming to class ready and eager to learn new things and to have lots of fun with her friends.”

Molly Proudlock, also four years old, was awarded the Ballerina of the year.

Molly started with United Dance this year in their first year in Raymond Terrace, and shone at the end of year showcase.

Her natural talent for ballet was beautifully showcased at the concert and she was very excited to be awarded for her efforts.


By Rachael VAUGHAN


Bella Wade, Most Promising Munchkin.
Bella Wade, Most Promising Munchkin.

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