Achieving her dreams
Maya Fazzari competes in iNhayle Dance Company’s Hall of Fame competition in April.
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Ancaster student Maya Fazzari attending National Ballet School this fall

Debra Downey

11-year-old Maya Fazzari started dancing at the Ancaster Rotary Centre when she was just a toddler.

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Long drive champion

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Cheering on the cats

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A helping hand

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