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Published: Monday, March 18, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Dancing the night away

  • Genna Martin / The Herald

  • Cascade student Taylor Holt, 16, dances in a circle of friends at a dance for special-needs students at Everett High School on Saturday night. Everett...

    Genna Martin / The Herald

    Cascade student Taylor Holt, 16, dances in a circle of friends at a dance for special-needs students at Everett High School on Saturday night. Everett honor students hosted the dance, which included an Italian dinner. Go to HeraldNet.com for a photo gallery of Saturday's dance.
  • Billie Jean Carefoot, 14, shows off her moves during the dance for special-needs students at Everett High School on Saturday night. Everett honor stud...

    Genna Martin / The Herald

    Billie Jean Carefoot, 14, shows off her moves during the dance for special-needs students at Everett High School on Saturday night. Everett honor students hosted the event, which included an Italian dinner. Go to HeraldNet.com for a gallery of Saturday's dance.
Taylor Holt, 16, and Elijah Lindstrom, 17, twist and twirl during the dance for special-needs students at Everett High School on Saturday night. Everett honor students hosted the event, which included an Italian dinner.
Click here to see the photo gallery.

Story tags » Everett High School

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