A touching message of hope for sick kids

Mandurah Coastal Times, Wednesday 26 March 2014

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A word of thanks


Just a wonderful word of thanks from someone who attended rehearsals yesterday and the story behind their participation. We thought we should share…

Just wanted to write and say thank you for such an awesome day. We all had such great fun that we are even more excited and pumped for the REAL DEAL on April 6th.

Had an awesome photo I wanted to share with you, as we went to the river after rehearsals and also one of the group of us from Catherine Davey Dance Company (CDDC), including our Ladybirds, there to support Leukaemia.

The other photo is of a beautiful family (personal friends of mine) who are doing this Dance for their Brother Jaiden who was diagnosed with Leukaemia about 18 months ago. he is now 3 yrs old (diagnosed at 18 months old). Aneisha (7yrs) is dancing in the Ladybirds section and older sister Aaliya (10yrs) is dancing the public dance. She broke her ankle a week after registering but is still determined to dance for her brother and today at rehearsals managed to practice with her crutches and dance once without them as well. Aaliya’s friend has joined the public dance and is holding Jaiden in the photo. This family is so strong and an inspiration to others.

I thank you again for giving us this opportunity to join this great cause. You have done a fantastic job at organising this. (I met you at BMSD when I hand delivered our signed yellow ribbon from CDDC and I remember you saying how much is involved in this, Thank you)”

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Today’s Dress Rehearsal

Thank you to all of the professional dancers, general public dancers and ladybirds for your monumental efforts at rehearsals today. Thank you to our choreographers, Alissa and Nicole and a special thanks to Miss Bev. A big shout and thanks also to Kylie and her super tight hip hop crew!  Thank you also to our volunteer team, who have worked tirelessly to make this event happen and to all of the parents and friends who came along in support.

We look forward to seeing you all at the Dance for a Cure in the City of Perth on Sunday April 6. We’re excited!


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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