- Ada, Oklahoma


March 17, 2013

799 troupes fall to talents of Ada dancers


Midwest City —

 Crawford said the Central Oklahoma Dance Center has, in the past, sold Adaopoly games, which contain local businesses and landmarks in a Monopoly-type board game. The dancers sold those to raise money in the past and they have more of the games they can sell this time around.


“I really want to thank the businesses who donated the board game for Cara’s Kids," Crawford said. “I’m just thrilled to be honored and especially for the dancers to have the opportunity to perform in a professional show in Branson.”

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