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Dance Concert Dedicated to Trolley Victims

Dance Concert Dedicated to Trolley Victims

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SOUTH JORDAN, Utah (AP) -- The Bingham High School Dance company is dedicating a dance concert to the victims of the Trolley Square shooting.

One of the dance members, 17-year-old Alex Walker, is the daughter of 52-year-old Jeffrey Walker, who died in the rampage last month. Her brother, 16-year-old Alan "AJ" Walker, was also injured.

News of the shooting impacted the dance team, and they wanted to show their support to their teammate, her family and all the victims of the shooting.

That's why the team decided to dedicate "Dance in Concert 2007" next week to the victims. Two dances have been choreographed specifically to honor the Walker family.

Alex says her brother AJ, who was released from the hospital earlier this month, is anticipating the concert and hopes to attend.

The dance concert will be held in the Brigham High auditorium in South Jordan March 22, 23 and 26th at 7 p.m. A donation box will be set up in the lobby.


Information from: Deseret Morning News,

(Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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