Brigadoon Dance Academy had a contingent at the British Association of Teachers of Dancing Sadie Simpson Highland Scholarships in Alexandria, Virginia, Sept. 27-29. Pictured are Trinity LaRose, left, Miranda Lam, Annalise Lam, Hannah Purtle and Keltie Willis. (Photo submitted)

Island highland dancer wins North American junior title

Annalise Lam leads Brigadoon Dance Academy contingent in U.S. competition

A Nanaimo Highland dancer won a continental title earlier this fall.

Annalise Lam of Brigadoon Dance Academy won the junior division at the British Association of Teachers of Dancing Sadie Simpson Highland Scholarships in Alexandria, Virginia, Sept. 27-29.

Annalise Lam placed first overall in her junior scholarship class, third in her solo and sixth on her written paper.

Miranda Lam was second in her solo and fourth in the senior scholarship class.



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