Dancing to help

These happy dancers (l-r) Madelaine Carruthers, Courtney Jameson and Felicity Taylor are Heart to Heart hip hoppers from the Alstonville Dance Studio, which is presenting a fundraising dance concert called Lets All Thai Together this Sunday night, December 10, at the Alstonville High School.

The Heart to Heart hip hoppers are happy because theyll showcase their funky moves at the concert and because they have raised over $10,000 for the victims of the tsunami which devastated the Thai village of Nam Khem.

Alstonville Dance Studios Sue Whiteman has been helping the villagers rebuild their lives since the big wave.

The concert will incorporate classical and contemporary dance as well as jazz ballet, tap, cabaret and Highland.

This concert also marks 20 years of childrens concerts in the Ballina Shire for Sue. (Congrats Sue!)

Doors open at 7.30pm. Tickets are $12/6 at the door.

All proceeds go to the village of Nam Khem. For more info phone Sue on 6686 2520.

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