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Rusty Lowrance describes how dancing benefits him both physically and spiritually. “Dancing to me is a spiritual feeling that I get. Most people say they dance for the people. I dance really for me. It makes me feel good and in turn I hope that rubs off on people around me. I believe dancing can keep you young at heart. It’s full of enjoyment and it keeps you healthy.”

Rusty Lowrance
Ponca, Otoe-Missouria, Shawnee, Seneca-Cayuga and Choctaw Nations

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