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Area musician Jamie Woodfin has been taking part in Project WILD, an intensive music contest, and will be in Lacombe on Oct. 14, teaming up with Father Lacombe Catholic School for a fundraising event. (Photo Submitted)

Woodfin wishful for success in Project WILD

Mash up Canadian Idol with an intensive musical education schedule and country flair and you might have an idea of the kind of competition local singer/songwriter Jamie Woodfin is a part of.

The Tragically Hip's frontman Gord Downie is seen on a screen in Springer Market Square in downtown Kingston. The Hip's concert at the KRock Centre in the Kingston on Saturday, Aug. 20 was broadcast nationally on CBC. Elliot Ferguson/The Whig-Standard

The Hip knows how to put on a show

If you didn’t get it before, you probably do now, this whole celebration of The Tragically Hip thing that the rest of the country’s been busy doing all summer.

Mackenzie Fleming, 9, Jacob Deibert, 14, Olivia Deibert, 12, and Clairissa Grovet, 7, strike a pose at the Rosedale Valley School of Dance studio. (Ashli Barrett, Lacombe Globe)

Dancing for the fun of it

It is no small feat to keep a dance studio running for 20 years and maintain the same level of inspired passion and enthusiasm it began with.

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