“I feel like my job goes way beyond teaching dance steps,” said Buffy. “My goal is to give back to the community… pay it forward. I was lucky to have strong female role models as dance teachers. I want to help create strong kids who are confident. They won’t likely be professional dancers, that’s not what this is all about. I am teaching them that they are smart, talented, strong and beautiful. They can do anything. I hope to help turn out great teachers, doctors, nurses, moms… all around great assets to our community. That’s my job and I feel honored to have it. I am passionate about dance, but mostly about kids. I want to thank this community for these last 20 years. We have been offered so many opportunities to get kids in front of audiences… this is priceless. Community support is a great thing for the kids and my business. Thank you.”
Buffy’s annual spring recital will be held at the Simon Estes Auditorium on May 31 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $7 at the door.