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Congratulations To Spotlight On Excellence Award Winners - Dance

Ranjani Saigal
05/26/2011

Lokvani received tremendous response to the request for nominations for the Spotlight on Excellence awards in the " Dedicated Dancer" category. The awards will be given on September 9, 201l at the Lokvani Gala. Buy tickets.

Amulya Deepak, Gretchen Hayden Ruckert, Jasmine Shah,  Jayshree Bala Rajamani, Jayshree Mohapatra, Jeyanthi Ghatraju, Jothi Raghavan, Kantham Chatlapalli, Meena Subramanyam, Mouli Pal, Neena Gulhati, Neha Parikh, Poornima Risbud, Sailaja Edupuganti, Sapna Krishnan, Sridevi Thirumalai, Sujatha Meyyappan, Sumi Manwani, Sunanda Narayanan and Thenu Raajan have been selected to receive the Lokvani Spotlight on Excellence Award for the "Dedicated Dancer" category.  We congratulate the dancers for their tremendous contribution to the community.

The nomination touched upon a variety of qualities of the teachers . Many common themes including  "Exacting approach to dance, inspiration to the students, lovingly grooming youngsters" emerged from the different  nominations.  There were a few dancers who were applauded for their efforts to bring dancers together for  supporting a good cause.

Reading the nominations  it was clear that these dancers were most deserving to be recognized as "Dedicated Dancers" and Lokvani is honored to recognize their work with a Spotlight on Excellence Award.

We look forward to continuing to cover their work and support them in all their efforts.




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