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Published: 3/16/2013 - Updated: 1 year ago


Sylvania students Dance for a Chance

The 10th Annual Dance for a Chance event was March 16 at Sylvania Southview. Each year students choose an organization for which to raise money and then solicit pledges from individuals and companies in exchange for staying on their feet for 12 straight hours by dancing and taking part in competitions between teams. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

Susan Hagemeyer, 16, center, clasps an arm around a fellow orange Air Force teammate while dancing. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Susan Hagemeyer, 16, center, clasps an arm around a fellow orange Air Force teammate while dancing.
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Orange Air Force team member Branden Snider, 18, center, crouches down as he prepares to jump in the air. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Orange Air Force team member Branden Snider, 18, center, crouches down as he prepares to jump in the air.
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Members of the green Army team meet to discuss who will participate in what activity. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Members of the green Army team meet to discuss who will participate in what activity.
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Green Army team member Troy Finch, 15, suits up in a borrowed Ghillie suit. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Green Army team member Troy Finch, 15, suits up in a borrowed Ghillie suit.
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Isaiah Carter, 14, plays ping-pong with his fellow green Army teammates. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Isaiah Carter, 14, plays ping-pong with his fellow green Army teammates.
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Logan Griesinger, 17, center, jots down volunteers from her team for specific upcoming activities. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Logan Griesinger, 17, center, jots down volunteers from her team for specific upcoming activities.
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Students on the blue Navy team pass by scrapbooking pages made in for service members with Sylvania connections. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Students on the blue Navy team pass by scrapbooking pages made in for service members with Sylvania connections.
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Members of the orange team, who were Air Force themed, gather at the start of the event. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Members of the orange team, who were Air Force themed, gather at the start of the event.
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Red Marine team member Lexi Lopez, 17, center left, screams as she and other students dance together. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Red Marine team member Lexi Lopez, 17, center left, screams as she and other students dance together.
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Red Marine team members rush the floor to cheer for their teammate Rebecca Gulick, 15, center, who won a game of, Enlarge | Buy This Photo Red Marine team members rush the floor to cheer for their teammate Rebecca Gulick, 15, center, who won a game ...
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Students listen as Capt. Joe Ayers, center, explains the rules of, Enlarge | Buy This Photo Students listen as Capt. Joe Ayers, center, explains the rules of, "Sargent Says."
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Green Army team members Sarah Loret, 15, center left, and Lexi Fondren, 16, center right, sneak peeks over their shoulders at the remaining contestants in a game of, Enlarge | Buy This Photo Green Army team members Sarah Loret, 15, center left, and Lexi Fondren, 16, center right, sneak peeks over their shoulders ...
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Red Marines team member Lauren Selmek, 15, center right, points to her teammates and cheers as she and other students participated in a game of, Enlarge | Buy This Photo Red Marines team member Lauren Selmek, 15, center right, points to her teammates and cheers as she and other students ...
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Students listen as Capt. Joe Ayers, center, explains the rules of, Enlarge | Buy This Photo Students listen as Capt. Joe Ayers, center, explains the rules of, "Sargent Says."
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Orange Air Force team member Merek Yevtich, 17, right, secures a sign for his team. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Orange Air Force team member Merek Yevtich, 17, right, secures a sign for his team.
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Students created an Honor Wall with photographs and information on service members with Sylvania ties for display. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Students created an Honor Wall with photographs and information on service members with Sylvania ties for display.
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