Swing your partner


Nolan Bornhorst, center, 14, son of Keith and Dana Bornhorst, square dances with Ashton Ritter, right, 14, both of New Bremen, daughter of Cresta and Tony Ritter, as Walt Schmitmeyer, far left, of New Bremen, plays the mandolin at New Bremen Middle School Tuesday, May 17. The square dancing was part of Believe in Yourself Day at the school. The students took part in a variety of fun activities during the event.

Nolan Bornhorst, center, 14, son of Keith and Dana Bornhorst, square dances with Ashton Ritter, right, 14, both of New Bremen, daughter of Cresta and Tony Ritter, as Walt Schmitmeyer, far left, of New Bremen, plays the mandolin at New Bremen Middle School Tuesday, May 17. The square dancing was part of Believe in Yourself Day at the school. The students took part in a variety of fun activities during the event.


Nolan Bornhorst, center, 14, son of Keith and Dana Bornhorst, square dances with Ashton Ritter, right, 14, both of New Bremen, daughter of Cresta and Tony Ritter, as Walt Schmitmeyer, far left, of New Bremen, plays the mandolin at New Bremen Middle School Tuesday, May 17. The square dancing was part of Believe in Yourself Day at the school. The students took part in a variety of fun activities during the event.

Nolan Bornhorst, center, 14, son of Keith and Dana Bornhorst, square dances with Ashton Ritter, right, 14, both of New Bremen, daughter of Cresta and Tony Ritter, as Walt Schmitmeyer, far left, of New Bremen, plays the mandolin at New Bremen Middle School Tuesday, May 17. The square dancing was part of Believe in Yourself Day at the school. The students took part in a variety of fun activities during the event.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/05/web1_SDN051916SquareDance.jpgNolan Bornhorst, center, 14, son of Keith and Dana Bornhorst, square dances with Ashton Ritter, right, 14, both of New Bremen, daughter of Cresta and Tony Ritter, as Walt Schmitmeyer, far left, of New Bremen, plays the mandolin at New Bremen Middle School Tuesday, May 17. The square dancing was part of Believe in Yourself Day at the school. The students took part in a variety of fun activities during the event.