Host families are needed for group Host families are being sought to house 40 members of the Living Legends, a performance ensemble from Brigham Young University coming to Vermillion on Tuesday, May 1.
Celebrating the native cultural heritage of North and South America and the South Pacific, Living Legends presents a vibrant spectacle of energy, music, costume and dance. Performers are of native descent and capture the rhythms of Polynesia, portray the fascinating legends of the Native American people, and dazzle the senses with the energy of Latin America. Both the lavish costumes and the intricate choreography are authentic representations of
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the showcase cultures.
The performance, scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on May 1 in Slagle Hall on the University of South Dakota campus, is a benefit for Ronald McDonald House and the Vermillion Child Protection Team.
In order to maximize the monies going to the beneficiaries, show sponsors are seeking host families for the performers. Individuals who would like to volunteer their homes for the evening of May 1 should contact Marianne Upward, hospitality chair for the event, at 624-3003.
Show sponsors include the Latter-day Saint Student Association at USD, the Vermillion Branch of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the University of South Dakota's Program Council, the Native American Cultural Center and the Family Business Initiative in the School of Business.