By Natalie McGill - 06/13/06 12:00 AM EDT
|Ashley Bearden is trading in her tap shoes for lessons in politics as an intern in Rep. Robert AderholtRobert AderholtTrump's new agriculture brain trust includes Rick Perry, Jim Gilmore Taxpayers are paying for scientific scaremongering House panel approves agriculture, energy spending bills MORE’s (R-Ala.) office.|
But only temporarily.
Recently accepted to Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., after completing two years at Northeast Alabama Community College in Rainsville, Ala., Bearden is gearing up for a trip to her new school to audition for the dance team.
“I started ballet, jazz and tap when I was 6 years old, theater when I was 10, and performed in 13 different plays,” Bearden said.