Po-Hi Steppers Announce Mini Stepper Clinics and Performance Dates

Beverly Cantrell - January 11, 2022 8:05 am

Ponca City High School-

The Ponca City Public School Po-Hi Steppers are sponsoring their annual Mini Stepper Clinic for girls ages 3 years through 7th grade.

The cost is $40 and includes a T-shirt and props.  All registrations after January 24th will be charged $45. No registrations will be accepted after February 2nd.

The clinic will be taught by members of the Po-Hi Steppers and will include instruction in basic dance techniques, stretching, poise and projection.

Parents are asked to bring their completed registration form and $40 to the lobby of Robson Fieldhouse on Tuesday, January  18th between 5 and  7 p.m. Parents may also register at Mayer Eye Care, 1722 N 4th, Suite C, after January 18th, Monday – Friday 8 am-noon and 1-4 pm. Please bring a check or exact change.

Clinics will be held Wednesday, February 2nd in Robson Feild House, Thursday, February 3rd in the Old Girls Gym, and Monday, February 7th in the Robson Feild House. Clinic times for 3 years – 1st grade is 5-6 pm and for 2nd – 7th grades, 6:30-7:30 pm.

The performance will be at Robson Fieldhouse on Friday, February 8th. Age 3 through 1st grade will perform at halftime of the girls’ basketball game, and 2nd through 7th graders will perform at halftime of the boys’ basketball game.

An entry form can be found on the Ponca City Public Schools Facebook page.

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