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Meet your Chiefettes

The McIntosh Chiefettes Dance Team recently selected their members for the 2013-2014 season. Pictured left to right on the top row are Izzy Roberts, Mikhaila Fechushak, Gaby Schwingshakl, Lauren Shelfo, Kirsten Fink, Naomi Sobel, and Ani Garofalo. Pictured left to right on the bottom row are Cassie Burk, Darby Smith, Cortland Anderson, Kristen Plunkett, Monica Schwingshakl, Ally Cox, and Lauren-Jenay Kelley. Come dance with the Chiefettes this summer at their 20th annual Summer Mini Dance Camp, July 15-18 at McIntosh. Please register through the Fayette Community School. Photo/Special.


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