Dance for Cure returns May 17 Dance for Cure returns May 17

Mo-Dazz will hold its fourth annual “Dance for a Cure” benefit performance on Saturday, May 17 at Seattle’s Moor Theater. The dance group members practice at Dance Dimensions in Bellevue.

  • Monday, June 2, 2008 4:17pm
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Mo-Dazz will hold its fourth annual “Dance for a Cure” benefit performance on Saturday, May 17 at Seattle’s Moor Theater. The dance group members practice at Dance Dimensions in Bellevue.

The performance and silent auction will benefit the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Pete Gross House. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

“Dance For A Cure” is inspired by former Husky and Sonic cheerleader and local attorney Tricia Grove, sister of Elizabeth Lanning, who owns Dance Dimensions.

Grove continues to battle cancer.

The master of ceremonies for the evening is actor, Rob Estes. Donating their time and talent from Los Angeles are Emmy nominated choreographer and performer, Gregg Russell, and master teachers and choreographers, Joelle Martinec and Christina Woodard.

For more information, to purchase tickets or to make donations visit www.danceforacure.org.

Mo-Dazz will hold its fourth annual “Dance for a Cure” benefit performance on Saturday, May 17 at Seattle’s Moor Theater. The dance group members practice at Dance Dimensions in Bellevue.

The performance and silent auction will benefit the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Pete Gross House. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

“Dance For A Cure” is inspired by former Husky and Sonic cheerleader and local attorney Tricia Grove, sister of Elizabeth Lanning, who owns Dance Dimensions.

Grove continues to battle cancer.

The master of ceremonies for the evening is actor, Rob Estes. Donating their time and talent from Los Angeles are Emmy nominated choreographer and performer, Gregg Russell, and master teachers and choreographers, Joelle Martinec and Christina Woodard.

For more information, to purchase tickets or to make donations visit www.danceforacure.org.


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