One Wagga family has dancing in its blood with all four sisters taking up the art.
Kylie Rumbachs, mother of Maisie, Abbey, Tilly, and Hannah, said the girls all joined up one after the other because they were passionate about dancing.
“They dance every day and there is a lot of time, commitment and effort,” she said.
“They have to know the techniques and be able to express themselves confidently.
“They really enjoy the friendships they make and the ability to express themselves through music and they thrive on the fact they can dance.”
Three of the sisters will be competing in the City of Wagga Eisteddfod next week.
Dianne Jacobson, the dance convenor, encourages Wagga to come along and support the eisteddfod at Kyeamba Smith Hall.
"It starts on Wednesday, September 12 and it’s our 98th festival,” she said.
“We have eight days of dancing which includes classical, tap, jazz and others.”
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