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On August 15th a visit took place from a youth community group in Omagh who participated with local youth in a break dancing workshop in the Mercy College. The aim of the event was to share experiences, to create lasting relationships, peace, stability, and understanding and develop mutual respect in communities.
The Rising Stars dance troupe from Omagh was formed in 2006 by Alison Mc Elhatton. It consists of around sixty young people ranging in age from 3-16 yrs. They get together once a week to rehearse at the C. K. S. Community centre in Omagh. Co.Tyrone.
Pictured are the Omagh Group, Rising Stars, , professional breakdancer.
‘Part-financed by the European Union’s Programme for Peace and Reconciliation and the Irish Government under the National Development Plan, and managed for the Special EU Programmes Body by Border Action’


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