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Travis Cahill was the Holy Angels Fall Dance coach with Alyssa Ober for the 2013 season. The dancers were very blessed to have such an incredible and energetic person to lead the program throughout the fall season.
The program has never seen anyone as devoted as Travis Cahill. Travis has had years of dance experience and now spends his time coaching, teaching, and filming dance. Travis takes the time to go to many MSHSL dance competitions to film and post hundreds of dances for others' enjoyment (and for free). In fact, many dancers from schools all around the state of Minnesota recognize Travis's, (or better known as his Youtube name DanceFullout13) dedication and passion for dance. Travis has over 1,000 followers on twitter, over 54,000 views on ONE of his videos-not to mention multiple views on his other videos- and he is frequently asked to take pictures with inspired dancers. Although Travis's film work does focus on winter dance, many girls in the Holy Angels Fall dance program continue on to the winter program. While he was done coaching for the fall, Travis supported the Holy Angels Starliners winter dance team by being the biggest super-fan at every competition and volunteering at the Catholic Jamboree "Dance to Inspire" charity event that was held at AHA this year. Travis not only made a highlight video for his dancers in the fall, but a highlight video for the team in the winter as well. Travis's hardworking personality has kept the dancers excited for next season and has made the graduating seniors very satisfied knowing that the program will continue to be a fun and rewarding experience for the girls participating in it.
Travis Cahill was recently told he would not be offered a contract as coach for the Holy Angels Fall Dance Club for the 2014 season. Please sign this petition to keep Travis Cahill as a coach for the Holy Angels Fall Dance Club for the 2014 season as there could not be a better person to take his place.