RFW welcomes Rachel Kellbach to staff

Local Dance Studio welcomes teacher

Rhonda's FooteWorks welcome Rachel Kellbach to its faculty.
Rachel Kellbach started dancing at the age of 3 and has been continuing her dance education ever since. As a professional, she studied dance at Columbia College Chicago and at Northern Illinois University. She continues her dance education at various dance master classes and conventions including Chicago Association of Dance Masters. She has studied at Lou Conte Chicago, Joel Hall Chicago, and Broadway Dance Center New York. As a teacher, she has been teaching since the age of 18 and has worked with all age groups. Her styles vary to include jazz, tap, contemporary, ballet and lyrical. Rachel has run a competition in the Chicago area and has taken her dancers to National competition level on several occasions. Teaching is Rachel’s favorite part of dance, and she is excited to join the faculty at Rhonda’s FooteWorks this fall season. Rachel will specialize in jazz and lyrical dance for Level II through IV dancers and will also instruct at the preschool level. Rachel is “stationed” here with her husband, a soldier at Fort Drum. Rhonda Foote, studio director, says, “once again, the military community brings a stellar instructor for our dancers to learn from and grow with. Our dance studio’s relationship with Fort Drum continues to be strong and positive!”
Fall registration is now open online by visiting www.rhondasfooteworks.com . Classes are available in all styles of study age 18 months through adults.

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