Miss Joyce’s Dance Studio visits the newspaper


Ferris Simpson, Circulation Director at the Mt. Airy News, shows students of Miss Joyce’s Dance Studio the printing press.


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Students of Miss Joyce’s Dance Studio Kallie Gallo, Lyric Canter, Emri Irvin, Brooke Brickey and Bella Sharick Duckworth toured the Mt. Airy News on July 11.


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Mt. Airy reporter Bill Colvard explains the importance of newspapers to students at Miss Joyce’s Dance Studio.


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Summer day camp students at Miss Joyce’s Dance Studio toured the Mt. Airy News on July 11. Miss Joyce Triche operates the longest standing dance studio in Stokes County, which opened in June of 1970. She offers a variety of summer opportunities for children of all ages.

Ferris Simpson, Circulation Director at the Mt. Airy News, shows students of Miss Joyce’s Dance Studio the printing press.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/web1_MAEd.jpgFerris Simpson, Circulation Director at the Mt. Airy News, shows students of Miss Joyce’s Dance Studio the printing press. Courtesy photos

Students of Miss Joyce’s Dance Studio Kallie Gallo, Lyric Canter, Emri Irvin, Brooke Brickey and Bella Sharick Duckworth toured the Mt. Airy News on July 11.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/web1_MAed2.jpgStudents of Miss Joyce’s Dance Studio Kallie Gallo, Lyric Canter, Emri Irvin, Brooke Brickey and Bella Sharick Duckworth toured the Mt. Airy News on July 11. Courtesy photos

Mt. Airy reporter Bill Colvard explains the importance of newspapers to students at Miss Joyce’s Dance Studio.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/web1_MAed3.jpgMt. Airy reporter Bill Colvard explains the importance of newspapers to students at Miss Joyce’s Dance Studio. Courtesy photos
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