Dancer Update: Joel Kreider, Hour 3
Hailing from Lancaster, Pa., senior Joel Kreider earned his spot on the floor as an independent dancer. Only three hours into THON, Joel found it difficult to put his recent experiences into words. Expression became more difficult as Charles Millard approached the table we were standing at, stopping for a picture and a quick exchange. Here’s what Joel had to say:
“Tough to pick one thing to talk about at this point! I’ve already met the Bryan family from Lancaster, done the line dance twice and seen some of my best friends. I’m also four waters deep, by the way. Need to stay hydrated. At this point, I’m looking forward to getting some food the most, and playing with the kids! This weekend is off to an incredible start and it’s still sinking in that I’m DANCING IN THON.”
We will check in with Joel again soon, and hopefully he will have found his words.
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