|Gymnastic skill showcased in 'A Summer to Remember'|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
Twenty-seven gymnasts demonstrated their skills with enthusiasm and confidence when they performed in A Summer to Remember Tuesday, Aug. 4 at Megan’s Gym.
HHS seniors Megan Colglazier and Kendra Timm have been teaching gymnastics class this past spring and summer at Megan’s Gym, near her rural home.
This was the second year for M&K Gymnastics, and Colglazier and Timm praised the students for their improvement and dedication.
Six groups of gymnasts were featured in Tuesday’s program, with music rolling as they demonstrated various levels of skill on floor, beam, vault and bars.
Can’t Touch This was the first tune, featuring youngest of the group, Mason Bornhoft and Marren Dirks.
Poker Face featured Megan Humphreys, Sydney Goldenstein, Kasey Jaeger, Peyton Dittmer and Erick Zink.
Jock Jams included Ethan Schneller, Brenden Nelson, Clover Adler, Danielle Wilkening and Max Dirks.
Nine girls made up the largest group, entertaining to Just Dance. Members were Allie Thompson, Ashley Rahe, Sabrina Zink, Ashlyn Churchwell, Lauren Bergner, Regan Van Overbeke, Riley Thompson, Grace Dille and Tori Hatton.
I Gotta Feeling gymnasts were Piper Sorter, Haley Van Overbeke, Josie Schlachter, Kambree Bules, Rylee Schneller and Erin Andersen.
Boom Boom Pow was the program finale with Megan Humphreys, Peyton Dittmer and Sydney Goldenstein presenting an outstanding performance of skill and ability.