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Expressive Movement. When In Doubt Dance It Out.

My World of Dance I’ve been dancing through the years since I was four but I have been consistently dancing for almost thirty years. Kathie Fishback Anthony uses the word ‘joy’ to describe dance.  Indeed.  Dancing is hard work, expressions of myself, and pure joy. Through the years I’ve danced with talented dancers and I…

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Kathie Fishback Anthony Shares Her World of Dance

Listen to the podcast episode!  Podcast Episode link Professional Career Kathie Fishback Anthony earned her Psychology degree from the University of New Mexico.  She was also a dancer who went off to Los Angeles and worked in films and other dance opportunities.   Growing up dancing she is thankful for the wonderful background that her…

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Dancer Kathie Fishback Anthony of the Carol Burnett Show shares her joy in the art

Dancer Kathie Fishback Anthony enjoyed a professional career in California.  Some of her performances include The Carol Burnett Show and The Dean Martin Show.  She also toured with Sammy Davis, Jr.  Kathie finds joy in the world of dance.  As director of a dance studio Kathie continues to be a positive imprint to dancers.  Raquel Miera whom is also featured on this episode is a 22 year old dancer and bio medical engineer. Dance inspires Raquel daily.  Her pathway into her studies is partly due to Kathie and her encouragement into the world of dance.

Journalist Matt Bracken unlocks student potential as a “Reading Partners“ literacy tutor

Matt Bracken is a young senior editor for a Washington, D.C. based publication. He also volunteers with Reading Partners as a literacy tutor for struggling readers. His positive imprint is impressive as he chooses to help students succeed at a school that needs his services but is located a long distance from his own community. He says, “I am lucky and I think other people should be as lucky to be able to see a place that does need a little bit more love.”

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‘Reading Partners’ Tutor & Journalist Matt Bracken unlocks student potential

Matt Bracken is a young senior editor for a Washington, D.C. based publication. He also volunteers with Reading Partners as a literacy tutor for struggling readers. His positive imprint is impressive as he chooses to help students succeed at a school that needs his services but is located a long distance from his own community. He says, “I am lucky and I think other people should be as lucky to be able to see a place that does need a little bit more love.”