Seven members of the Rhythm in Motion Dance Center are in Tampa, to perform during the half-time show of the Outback Bowl. The dancers are, back row from left to right, Olyvia Sloan, Erica Sheehan, Kendra Paul, Ashley Schweyer; front row from left to right, Amelia Heslep, Evan Smittle, Kelsey Zimmerly.
Seven members of the Rhythm in Motion Dance Center are in Tampa, to perform during the half-time show of the Outback Bowl. The dancers are, back row from left to right, Olyvia Sloan, Erica Sheehan, Kendra Paul, Ashley Schweyer; front row from left to right, Amelia Heslep, Evan Smittle, Kelsey Zimmerly.

ADA - Rhythm In Motion Dance Centre of Ada is proud to announce that the studio has seven talented dancers participating in the 2013 Outback Bowl pregame and halftime shows on New Year's Day. Director of Rhythm In Motion Dance Centre, Darcey Schneider, submitted an audition tape last January to Just For Kix, the organization in charge of the pregame and halftime shows, and secured a spot for the group of dancers when RIMDC made the cut and was invited to perform in this amazing opportunity.

The group of seven RIMDC dancers who traveled to Tampa, Fl, to participate in the Outback Bowl are senior Kendra Paul, and junior Kelsey Zimmerly, both from Ada High School; sophomore Erica Sheehan Bluffton, and freshmen Amelia Heslep, and Ashley Schweyer, from Bluffton High School, and middle school students Evan Smittle, of Ada, and Olyvia Sloan, of Upper Scioto Valley.

Dancers perform in both pregame and half-time shows that powerfully touch dancer and audience alike. Every year, hundreds of dancers from across the United States showcase their love of performing in front of over 60,000 Outback Bowl fans. The Just For Kix performance tours are known for an amazing ultimate performance with their perfect balance of performance and fun, first-rate choreography.