Mix 94.5 Interview with Perth Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi

94In case you missed it, here is the interview that our wonderful Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi did this afternoon on Mix 94.5 with Fred & Lisa,  she tells WA why she is Dancing for a Cure for Children’s Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation Inc. Thanks also to Southern Cross Austereo for helping us spread the word about this wonderful event for such a good cause!

Make sure you are registered to dance with her on Sunday 6 April at 11am! Don’t forget to learn the choreography and come to our dress rehearsal on 23 March! See you there!

 

Ladybird Rehearsals

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It’s great to see that one of our Lady Birds is so very keen to be a part of this wonderful event to help Dance for A Cure for Childhood Cancer. So keen in fact she showed up a week early to rehearse at the Beverley Margaret School Of Dance. You go girl!

And to all of the other wonderful amazing Mums who are bringing their kids (some a very long way) to rehearsals next week, just a reminder it starts at 8.30am. We need to have all of our Lady Birds in one place learning this dance together because they have the very important task of bringing in the Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi to her part of the dance. We need them to practice on the 16th together so when we all come and do our full dress rehearsal on the 23rd of March at Scotch College, Perth they will know exactly what to do.

Parents of Ladybirds, please keep an eye on your emails as details will be emailed tomorrow.

Ribbon set for world record

Many thanks to Presbyterian Ladies’ College who were first to kick off the Guinness World Records “Longest Awareness Ribbon” attempt!

POST Newspapers, Friday 7 March 2014

With at least 50 WA Schools now registered we can’t wait to see everybody down at Langley Park at 9am on the 19th to unfurl this baby. Is your school involved?

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About Keep the Flame Alive

Keep the Flame Alive is the next stage in Children's Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation's evolution, moving forward to help build awareness of Children's Leukaemia and the need for cancer research. By using a flame as a symbol of hope and life, CLCRF want to create new and exciting events each year, bringing celebration and awareness to the organisation and what they achieve year after year for Kids with Cancer.

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Keep the Flame Alive 2014

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Can't be a part of the event, but would still like to help support a good cause? Why not donate now to help support the Children's Leukemia & Cancer Research Foundation.