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A balancing act: Refinery supports virtual ballet training to keep students moving

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The New Orleans Ballet Association (NOBA) has youngsters staying on their toes amid the whirlwind of the COVID-19 pandemic.

NOBA’s After School Dance Program, largely funded by Chalmette Refining for over 20 years, now provides virtual (via Zoom) free dance instruction to kids ages six to 18 in lieu of their in-person programs held in St. Bernard and Lower Algiers. All area youth are eligible.

NOBA also offers Zoom classes for adults and families, including seniors, many of which are free and open to the public. For more information, contact mwhite@nobadance.com or find them on social media at @NOBADANCE.

– Elizabeth Ellison-Frost, Chalmette Refining

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