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Young Life Sebago contra dance

Young Life Sebago is hosting their 2nd annual Contra Dance on Saturday, February 29. The first year was a great success with many members of the community coming out to enjoy a fun night of laughs and dancing. Both new and experienced dancers attended and had a great time. The music is put on by Don and Cindy Roy and the dances are called by Dela Murphy. Don and Cindy Roy are winners of the National Heritage Fellowship, the highest honor in the country in the folk and traditional arts. 

Not only is the event great for a night out, it is also supporting teens in our Gorham community. Young Life Sebago is a team of adult volunteer leaders who spend time investing in the lives of high school students. Caring adults give up time and effort to provide fun, life-giving ways for teens to spend their time, to be positive role models, and to give a chance to hear the basics about God in a non-threatening environment and in ways that teens can understand.

The event is $10 at the door and all the proceeds go toward supporting the mission of Young Life Sebago in Gorham. 

The Contra Dance is on Saturday, February 29 at 81 Cressey Road in Gorham (in the Cressey United Methodist Church banquet hall) from 7 to 9 p.m. There will be light refreshments as well as a pie auction. No partner necessary, all are welcome! 

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