Participants in the Southeast Raleigh Assembly's Mini Dancing in the Park series get down inside the Chavis Park Community Center. By the fourth weekly session, the number of participants grew from 12 to more than 60.
Participants in the Southeast Raleigh Assembly's Mini Dancing in the Park series get down inside the Chavis Park Community Center. By the fourth weekly session, the number of participants grew from 12 to more than 60. PHOTO COURTESY OF JACQUE ALLEN
Participants in the Southeast Raleigh Assembly's Mini Dancing in the Park series get down inside the Chavis Park Community Center. By the fourth weekly session, the number of participants grew from 12 to more than 60. PHOTO COURTESY OF JACQUE ALLEN

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February 10, 2014 11:00 AM

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