Performers showcase skills at 125 Year Spectacular

Wagga dancers off to BJP 125 year spectacular. (L) front, Alexandra Wallace, 9, Mackenna Lange, 11, Angela Bryon, 17, Grace Pitchford, 13... back (L) Amber McGettigan, 14, Abbey Lange, 15, Linda Mee and Grace Juhasz (ladies class), Tiarn Wilesmith, 14. Absent is Shanika McLachlan, 13. Picture: Les Smith
Wagga dancers off to BJP 125 year spectacular. (L) front, Alexandra Wallace, 9, Mackenna Lange, 11, Angela Bryon, 17, Grace Pitchford, 13... back (L) Amber McGettigan, 14, Abbey Lange, 15, Linda Mee and Grace Juhasz (ladies class), Tiarn Wilesmith, 14. Absent is Shanika McLachlan, 13. Picture: Les Smith

While physical culture has its historical origins, 10 eager Wagga performers are proving it can stand the test of time, inspiring much more than exercise. 

In a combination of movements to increase strength, fitness and flexibility, the performers will head to Sydney’s 125 Year Spectacular to showcase their skills in a fusion of sport and dance. 

Wagga Physical Culture club’s Kerrie Baker said the performers had been rehearsing hard, excited to share the stage for a such a special celebration. 

“It’s all about the friendships they make not just the exercise they get from it,” Ms Baker said. 

“They make friends each time they go with girls from right across Australia.” 

With the motto of ‘empowering girls for life’, the showcase will be held at Qudos Bank Area on June 24.