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[Video] Rince Na Leon Brings The Irish Spirit To Happy Valley

Story by: Claire Going

Penn State’s Irish dance performance group, Rince na Leon, was created by Margaret and Erin O’Brien in the spring of 2011. The club is dedicated to providing opportunities for all dancers to improve their skill, no matter their level of Irish dance experience. Rince na Leon has dancers of all levels: retired, competitive, non-competitive, and new Irish dancers. Since they were established, the Irish step dancers have performed during THON, 100 Days ‘Til THON, and on Saint Patrick’s Day. You can even catch these Irish dancers performing a jig or two at Kildare’s once a month. If you’re interested in joining or want to brush up on your jigging skills in time for Saint Patrick’s Day, visit their web site.

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Maggie Wrobel

Maggie is a sophomore majoring in Film and Video, and is a videographer for Onward State. She is from Bethlehem, PA (no, not where Jesus was born), and she loves the Christmas City. Maggie is a firm believer in the saying, "you gotta risk it to get the biscuit," and is always ready to pet any dog she passes on the street. You can contact her at [email protected] But you should follow her on Twitter: @m_wrobs

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