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PHOTO GALLERY: Lange MAC Scholars sponsor 'Walking in Greatness' program

Tuesday, February 21, 2012 | 10:59 p.m. CST

COLUMBIA — Lange MAC Scholars held a "Walking in Greatness" program Tuesday evening at Lange Middle School in honor of Black History Month. The event featured a performance by the Oaktown Steppers.

 

Montiera Ferrell-Nelson, 13, steps as a member of the Oaktown Steppers at "Walking in Greatness," a Black History Month program sponsored by Lange MAC Scholars on Tuesday evening at Lange Middle School. Ferrell-Nelson has been stepping for one year now, and the group members started practicing the routine they performed roughly two weeks ago.
Nia Smith, coach for the Oaktown Steppers, holds the ties that the group wore for its performance at the Walking In Greatness Black History Month program sponsored by Lange MAC Scholars at Lange Middle School on Tuesday evening. Smith has been coaching the Oakland Junior High step group for two years and learned to step in college as a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority.
Tylisha Johnson, MAC Scholar Sponsor (left), hugs her Zeta Phi Beta Inc. sorority sisters Martha McCray and Kaila Betts at Lange Middle School. Johnson was one of the coordinators of the "Walking in Greatness" program held in honor of Black History Month and sponsored by Lange MAC Scholars.

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