OAK PARK,MICH (WXYZ) - Danse d’amour Dance School is asking for your support for a very special goal—to improve the lives of every person affected by type 1 diabetes (T1D).
This year, the Oak Park Dance School will be taking part in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's (JDRF) Walk to Cure Diabetes, along with a half-million others nationwide. JDRF raises vital funds that power the global movement to help cure, treat and prevent T1D.
Danse d’amour is inviting the public to join them for A 5-hour Zumba event!! The cost is $15 per person. Money raised will support JDRF and Team Morganza! Team MORGANZA was created for Morgan Washington, a fun loving 13-year-old girl from Farmington Hills, Michigan living with diabetes. 100% of the proceeds go to JDRF!
Event: Saturday September 7, 2013
Time: 10:00am until 3:00pm
Where: Danse d’amour Dance School, 8670 W. 9 Mile rd Oak Park, MI 48237
Call for information: 248-397-8238
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