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Langley Loop video attracts a mob of dancing islanders

 More than 100 people showed up to rehearse for a flash mob that was filmed on First Street as part of the Langley Loop music video. - Photo courtesy of Sherry Jennings, Langley Chamber of Commerce
More than 100 people showed up to rehearse for a flash mob that was filmed on First Street as part of the Langley Loop music video.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Sherry Jennings, Langley Chamber of Commerce

More than 100 people showed up to rehearse for a flash mob that was filmed on First Street as part of the Langley Loop music video on Saturday. All ages worked together for over an hour to learn the steps from Whidbey Island Dance Theatre choreographers Chelsea Matthews-Jensen, in front, of Langley and Graham Vanderwood, of Clinton. The Langley Loop video, with its original song by Randy Hudson of the Rural Characters, is intended for promotional purposes and is being funded by the City of Langley and produced by the Langley Chamber of Commerce. It is scheduled for a late June release on YouTube.

 

 

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