The Border Watch : April 8th 2014
20 NEWS VISIT US ONLINE borderwatch.com.au FINAL 12: Sam Malseed (back right) was a part of the top 12 dancers who continued to display their dancing talent during Thursday night’s episode of So You Think You Can Dance Australia. bank that South Australians Put your in a Foodbank is an independent South Australian not for profit association that sources donations of food and groceries from the food industry for distribution to welfare agencies. We put over 2.2 million meals a year on the tables of hungry people, many of them elderly and children. As times get tougher, we need your help. Every dollar we receive is invested in ongoing programs to buy needed foods. Your donation or bequest will continue to generate food long after we are all gone. Foodbank Mt Gambier branch services the Limestone Coast and Western Victoria region. To donate visit www.fbsa.org.au 641485 YIT’S INOUR HANDS... Help protect our premium food regions Do not travel into South Australia with fruit and vegetables. You may be carrying pests and diseases. EAT IT. BIN IT. OR DECLARE IT. Fines & penalties apply Call the Fruit Fly Hotline 1300 666 010 www.pir.sa.gov.au/fruitfly 20 - The Border Watch, Tuesday, April 8, 2014 Pressure builds on South East dancer Fans urged to keep Sam in national competition From page 9 “I think the routine suited Stephen over Sam and he couldn’t shine compared to previous weeks.” Ms Slape hopes the choreography with this week’s performance will let Sam take the spotlight. “I’m looking forward to his routine with Eden this week,” she said. “I feel that Sam performs better with a female partner.” Ms Slape said Sam was still in good spirits heading into the top 10 on the nationwide hit series. She said it was a blessing for Sam just to make it onto the set and now he had made it into the fi nal fi ve male dancers chosen from national auditions. “Every week is a bonus,” she said. Sam delighted the audience at the MJ Dance annual fashion parade at The Barn Palais on Friday night by speaking to them via a phone connection. Ms Slape said it was a great opportunity for Mount Gambier to hear Sam and gain an insight into his experiences in his fi rst television program. “He is certainly having a good crack at it and I can’t wait to see what unfolds in the coming weeks,” she said. Ms Slape will head to Sydney this week to visit Sam and his mother Bronwyn during fi lming for the next episode. “I look forward to seeing him again and giving him my full support while I’m in the audience,” she said. To vote for Sam call 1902 555 518 or SMS SAM to 1977 1010. Voting closes at 11.30am today. DIFFICULT ROUTINE: Sam Malseed has reached the top 10 after receiving diffi cult routines over the past few weeks on the Channel 10 hit series.
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