Carolyn Webber Alder, Park Record

When moving to the United States, Dulce Chavez Rea left behind a lot of people and traditions from her hometown in Michoacán, Mexico. But she realized several months ago that there was one thing she did not have to say goodbye to.

Chavez, a senior at Park City High School who grew up doing traditional Mexican dancing, decided to keep dancing and start a Mexican folk dance club at her new high school. The club currently has four members, and it is set to perform during a community event on May 24.

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Back row, from left: Marcos Castro and Alejandro Arredondo. 
Front row, from left: Dulce Chavez Rea and Rosalia Castro.
The four PCHS students are set to perform traditional Mexican 
dances on May 24. 
(photo courtesy of Dirk Gootjes)

Note:  PCEF donors support the Traditional Mexican Dance Club.




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