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Ballroom Dancing Classes to be Offered in Clarksburg

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CLARKSBURG -

A ballroom dancing class was offered Saturday at the Uptown Event Center in Clarksburg.

The class was taught for just $1 by three certified instructors.

The class was offered in anticipation of a six week course beginning Sunday.

People could come and see if the class was something they were interested in before committing to the entire six weeks.

Instructor Gaberial Akers said that the six week course is something to do for fun.

"There's never perfect in ballroom dancing, there's always room to grow and room to get better. But if you want to learn a few maneuvers or just have a good time, that's important, you just have to go out there and have a blast and that's what we're trying to do" said Akers.

Classes will be offered in the Waltz/Rumba and the Cha-Cha/Tango.