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Combining Cultures Club
The name, "Combining Cultures" says it all.  Our club helps students explore other cultures other then their own.  We are the only high school Latin dance company in the state of WI.  Joining this club will allow you to meet and socialize with other students as well as learn how to dance salsa. 

Started in 2003, this club has had the opportunity to attend the Chicago International Salsa Congress to take classes taught by renowned professional salsa instructors.  Combining Cultures will also be going on their 7th year in a row of performing at the Chicago Congress. It is an excellent way to meet new friends and discover the diversity that surrounds us all.  

Timeframe: August to May

Contact: David Davila 348-2000 x2811 david.davila@badger.k12.wi.us
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