Thank you, dear sponsors, for all your help and cooperation in materializing our project.
Video/ photo shooting of Roller Dance Owl students first achievements were a great
success! Roller Dance Owl students had their first experience of star performances
showcasing the results of their hard work, and tried roles of models and actors and even
got some special treats. We already have important new goals for the future and will
keep up with the hard work for new achievements!
First of all, our special thank you goes to Kathie Chiu, the major of Salvation Army, Richmond BC for partnership and collaboration! Considering the fact that there are no roller
skating rinks in British Columbia, we wouldn’t have a place to practice if Salvation Army
didn’t let us use the facility that became Roller Dance Owl home.
We are so grateful to DJ Aaries and singer Supa Peach (Arizona, USA) for offering us
to dance to their song “Life of The Party”. Maybe one day Roller Dance Owl students
will dance at Supa Peach’s concert on a big stage! Download this awesome song
We are tremendously grateful to everybody who supported us:
Lululemon (Richmond Centre) provided an outfit (beautiful jacket and leggings) for Lana
Shahar-Kulik (Roller Dance Owl founder & instructor), GAP (Richmond Centre) provided
cute bottoms for kids from Summer 2017 collection. Special thanks to GAP Richmond General manager Amina Adam. We all are so proud to represent these awesome brands in our second video!
Special thanks to Coastal Reign for lovely t-shirts with logo of our school printed in gold
foil for Lana.
Lena Zavelion (Pure Beauty Salon) took care of Lana (founder & instructor
of Roller Dance Owl) before video/ photo shooting.
Samar (In-style Hair Salon) took care of Lana’s hair.
Professional make-up artist Geeta (Geetas Beauty Salon) took care of all of
Qoola Frozen Yogurts (Garden City) generously provided healthy snacks for kids: smoothies and frozen yogurts.
“We Love Van” kindly provided local bottled water for us.
Buchan’s Kerrisdale Stationery generously provided gifts for each student: popular
Fidget spinners and chocolate.
Tanya Mezetseva (Curteks – custom design solutions) took care of the
background of our shooting area.
Rob DJ Asanas provided colorful balloons for our video/ photo shooting.
Shop Task Inline Skates Shop provided cute pink cones for slalom tricks.
Shay The Funny Clown helped us with Event Atmosphere pictures.
The Photographer Julie Doro (Julie Doro Photography) made great promo
pictures of us.
We also would like to thank:
Levar Maxwell (Las Vegas, NE), Howard Jenkins (Hrapp Skate school,
Seattle, WA) and Toby Herig (Skagit Skate, Burlington WA) for supporting us.
We are so excited to see our second video. We will be able to see the results of our
work and Astra from Astral Images camera operator’s work in just few weeks.