By Joshua Ingalls
A well-known club on campus that goes by the name of Assembly of Ballroom Dancers hosted their semi-annual on-campus dance at the Eagle gym on Sept. 16. They reported over 100 people showing up and dancing into the night.
The officers of the club give this group a high reputation at our school. The organization helps and teaches faculty, students, and Prescott locals the way of ballroom dancing. They teach dances such as the Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Quickstep, and many others. Each dance is unique and requires skills to do the dance correctly. Skills this organization teaches can make you a master of dancing after a few sessions.
In an interview with the secretary of the group, Kyle Lutterman, he said, “I think the night went really well. It made me feel happy seeing the ones I taught, show what they learned on the dance floor. It was a really good night for everyone.”
The dance, which was hosted at the Eagle Gym, only cost $2. The proceeds are used to host future events and lessons to all those who want to learn how to ballroom dance.
This event was a night one did not want to miss out on. The opportunity of going meant being able to have fun with friends, meet new people, and show off dancing skills. From what was described from multiple students who went, the overall review of the dance was it was a night you could let go and just be free of all stress and responsibilities.
Many students enjoyed their experience and are looking forward to future dances the club will be hosting. Overall, the night was a huge success and it left an impression on those who went.
The club has a reputation for teaching invaluable ballroom dancing skills and will never leave someone unhappy with their technique. The officers will go above and beyond for those who want to learn and take in their knowledge.