Olivia Powers makes national US Dance Team

Pictured from left are: Darci Powers (mother), Mayor Barlow, Olivia Powers and TJ Powers (father).

OSWEGO - Mayor Billy Barlow issued a Certificate of Accomplishment to Olivia Powers, an Oswego resident who was recently named to the Senior US Dance Team. At 16, Powers is the youngest member of the national team, comprised of women from around the nation. She started dancing at age four was a long-time student of Tawn Marie’s Dance Centre in Liverpool and excelled through the ranks of local, regional, and national dancing, including dancing at NBA, WNBA games and several other large events. Powers also is an academic stand out while never missing a day of school since kindergarten.

Mayor Barlow’s Certificate of Accomplishment reads in part, “through pure hard work, dedication and raw talent, Olivia has risen to the top of her game, proudly representing her family and community. On behalf of the Oswego Common Council and the entire Oswego community, the City of Oswego extends a warm congratulations to Ms. Olivia Powers, who, through her great accomplishments, represents Oswego on the national stage and serves as an extreme source of pride for the entire community. The entire community supports you and wishes you the best of luck in all your future endeavors. Congratulations!”

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