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Brieflv <r 128 - CAPE GAZETYE - Friday, September I - Monday, September 4, 2006 Masters of Movement welcomes new teacher Masters of Movement has announced the newest addition to its teaching staff, Shondelle Grualich. Originally from Perth, Australia, Grualich began her training at the age of two in' ballet and jazz. She was then enrolled into an elite dance a c a d e m y GRUALICH focusing her studies on jazz dance. By the age of 18 she began her professional career working for Steve Armstrong and the Flirtettes, Perth's number one cabaret show. While working there not only was she one of their top dancers she was also one of the choreogra- phers as well. At 20, she and her sister began running their own studio, WA Stage School in Perth, where she still currently works on their administrative team. In 1998, Grualich had the opportunity to work overseas in Kominato, Chiba, Japan as a dancer at a five-star resort hotel performing three shows a day, seven days a week. Continuing her career, she returned to Perth working as a dancer and choreog- rapher for top traveling entertain- ers. In 2003 she moved to the Caribbean to further her dance career, working in the entertain- ment department for various resorts. She has since settled down into the Lewes area with husband Nathan and daughter Harlea. "Shon has extensive training in both jazz and hip-hop. I am so excited to have her on my staff. Her knowledge in dance and cho- reography will be a wonderful asset to the students. Her love and enthusiasm will bring a new energy to the studio," said Masters of Movement owner Nicole Groll. Grualich taught dance during Masters of Movement's free dance classes, Experience Dance Workshops, held Aug. 22-24. For more information about Grualich and Masters of Movement Dane Studio, visit its website at www.mastersofmove- ment.com, or call the studio for more information 945-0290. Continued from page 125 located on Main Street, Route 16, in Ellendale. The night will fea- .ture food, fun and entertainment and a Calendar Girl auction. Proceeds benefit the Ladies Auxiliary. Call 422-4934 to reserve a seat or contact any auxiliary member. USCG Flotilla 12-09 to meet Sept. 12 The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 12-09 holds its monthly meetings at 7:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month, at the U.S. Coast Guard Station, located on the North Shore of the Indian River Inlet off Route 1 South. Anyone concerned about safe boating in the area who would like to work with a group of women and men who are dedi- cated to vessel examinations, public safety courses, safety patrols and other boating related topics is encouraged to join. Boat ownership is not required; anyone 17 years or older is eligible to be a member. For more information, call 684-87931. Carper to speak with NARFE members Coastal Sussex chapter 1690 of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association (NARFE) invites members of the community to attend a special luncheon meeting with guest speaker Sen. Tom Carper on Sept. 18 at the BayCenter in Dewey Beach. Socializing begins at 11:30 a.m., with lunch following. The cost is $11 per person and the location is handicap accessible. For more information or to reserve a place, call Lana at 644- 0495 or Shirl at 225-1145. CIERful Notes seek music director Anyone who enjoys being with others, loves music and likes to have fun may want to consider working with the CHEERful Notes Glee Club, which is looking for a volunteer director. Practices take place at 1 p.m. Tuesdays at the CHEER Community Center, 20520 Sandhill Road in Georgetown. CHEERful Notes has a full complement of talented singers and an accomplished pianist. For more information, contact Pat Rust at 856-6178. 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