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A conversation with . . . Alex Husk

May 14, 2013

Alex Husk, a Churubusco High School graduate, has launched a business out of her many years of dance and performance. Post & Mail photo / Christie Barkley

COLUMBIA CITY — Churubusco High School graduate, Alex Husk, has tapped into her many years of dance to launch a new business, Astound Dance Academy.

At the age of three, Husk started to dance, but it wasn’t until she was in middle school that she began perfecting her craft.

Now 24 years old and with many years of instruction experience, Husk is ready to pass on the love of dance to others in her own studio.

Q: What is it about dance that inspires you?
A:
“Before I was an instructor, watching other dancers inspired me to be the best dancer I could be. Since I became an instructor, seeing growth in my students and watching them excel is what inspires me.”

Q: What have you learned from your students?
A:
“I have taught some of my students since they were 7 and 8 years old. Seeing these beautiful young ladies blossom into truly exquisite dancers and human beings is truly inspiring to me and pushes me to give them the best dance instruction that I can.”

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