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PHOTOS: First dance of the season

Matteah Graves, left foreground, and Maddie Childs, right foreground, wait for the go signal from Kylee Auch, assistant to teacher Micki McCurry (not pictured) during the first day of practice Tuesday afternoon at the Linda Feterl School of Dance in Mitchell. The school runs from September to April teaching ballet, tap-dance and "Funky hip hop." (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)1 / 5
Dance instructor Micki McCurry demonstrates dance steps during the first day of practice Tuesday at the Linda Feterl School of Dance in Mitchell. The school runs from September to April teaching ballet, tap-dance and "Funky hip hop." (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)2 / 5
Maddie Childs, left, and Matteah Graves, right, walk back to their line after dancing across the practice room during the first day of practice Tuesday at the Linda Feterl School of Dance in Mitchell. The school runs from September to April teaching ballet, tap-dance and "Funky hip hop." (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)3 / 5
Alexa Joe Bechen looks toward Kylee Auch, assistant for teacher Micki McCurry, (not pictured) during the first day of practice Tuesday at the Linda Feterl School of Dance in Mitchell. The school runs from September to April teaching ballet, tap-dance and "Funky hip hop." (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)4 / 5
Payton Musick looks up during the first day of practice Tuesday at the Linda Feterl School of Dance in Mitchell. The school runs from September to April teaching ballet, tap-dance and "Funky hip hop." (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)5 / 5
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Images from the first day of practice Tuesday at the Linda Feterl School of Dance in Mitchell. (Photos by Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)

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