Lea Lo nominated for education award

August 1, 2013

By Imelda Dulcich

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Cornerstone Dance Studio owner and director Lea Lo inspires dedication, pursuit of excellence and passion for the arts in Newcastle’s youth.

More than 40 students from Newcastle, plus many more from Renton, Bellevue and other areas receive exceptional class instruction from expert instructors at Cornerstone. Cornerstone’s exhibition and competition teams have won nearly 100 awards this year in local dance competitions.

Lea Lo

Lea Lo

They amaze and delight the community with annual Nutcracker ballets, spring shows and participation in local events such as Newcastle Days, Newport Hills Fourth of July celebration and Seattle Center’s Winterfest.

“Cornerstone fuels not only passion for music, dance and the arts, but inspires self-confidence in kids, which is priceless,” Christina Mason, Newcastle Diamond Awards chairwoman, said. “Our kids have grown and blossomed as community members and become comfortable with people they don’t know, as they learn to be a group and a family at Cornerstone.”

Lo, an Expedia employee and former Seattle Supersonics dancer, is a Newcastle chamber business member. Her connections to the dance community bring expert instruction and choreography through teachers like Lynelle Vandenboss and Jermoeskee, of the Massive Monkees.

The inspiration, leadership, dedication and tireless contributions of Lo and Cornerstone provide tremendous support and joy to the community.

Learn more about the Nov. 13 Diamond Awards at http://bit.ly/166dMSN.

Newcastle Diamond Awards 2013
Nomination for Education:
Lea Lo, Cornerstone Dance Studio
The Newcastle Diamond Award in Education: An individual whose personal interest and enthusiasm affects the education, enrichment and development of our greater Newcastle area students and their advocates.

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