2022 GJHS Color Dance draws big turnout

Grand Junction students spread fun and made new memories at first big event of the school year


Nevaeh Crockett

From left to right, sophomore Taylor Armstrong, freshman Tarryn Armstrong, and freshman Karsten Katzer share a fun moment at the GJHS Color Dance on Saturday, Aug. 27. The dance was the first big event of the year for Tigers students.

Grand Junction High School freshman Liam Dinelli pauses during the Color Dance with a big smile on his face. The dance was organized by the Advanced Leadership Team. (Nevaeh Crockett)
From left, sophomore Dermot Lynch, sophomore Triston Rogers, and freshman Cheyanna Ruppelis are covered in color and having a great time at the dance. Students bought small bags of powdered color for $1 to join in the fun. (Nevaeh Crockett)
Freshman Shiloh Horzempa, freshman Ella Alderman, and freshman Samiyah Adams throw brightly colored powder to get in the spirit of the GJHS event. The popular Color Dance is a tradition that originally comes from India. (Nevaeh Crockett)