Aldergrove's Kick it up a Notch Dance Studio staff and students gather for a group photo after completing the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS on August 28.

Dancers take Ice Bucket Challenge

Aldergrove's Kick it up a Notch Dance Studio took the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS on August 28



Aldergrove’s Kick it up a Notch Dance Studio took the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS on August 28,

Studio director/owner Tonya Wejr was first up as the students and staff took turns at dousing each other with buckets of ice cold water on the sidewalk in front of the studio.

There were shrieks from the girls but they managed to keep their poise as the cold water poured over them one by one.

Wejr also challenged other dance studios to take the challenge, as well as the firefighters from Aldergrove area Fire Halls #3 and #6.

The attached video contains a slideshow of the dancers being doused.

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