Brookfield High Students Dance for a Cure
A group of Students from Brookfield High School have come together to help fight Pediatric Cancer. Find out how you can help.
Carolyn Marron and almost 50 other Brookfield High School students have joined together to form “Mini-Thon”, a club at the High School that’s dedicated to finding a cure for Pediatric Cancer. “We wanted to do something” Carolyn said in her recent Kicks 105.5 interview, “so we formed this club and started to organize this dance marathon”.
The Dance Marathon is set to happen on April 5th in the main Brookfield High School gym from 10am till 10pm. Tickets are just $5 dollars for the day, and $15 dollars for a team. A few local bands will be there performing including local favorite “Dan’s Garage Band”.
Hear the Kicks interview here:
According to the American Cancer Society more then 12 thousand children under the age of 15 are diagnosed with cancer every year, a statistic that’s up 29% in the last 20 years, but there is something you can do to help. Join the students from Brookfield High School and Dance for a cure Saturday April 5th. Proceeds from the Dance Marathon will go directly to Four Diamonds Fund at Penn State Hersey Childrens Hospital.
Check out this video and find out more about the Four Diamonds Fund: