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Dancing With purpose in Nelson

Chantelle Zakariasen takes part in one of the afternoon classes. More than $4,200 was raised for the project and plenty of people were moved to action through the power of dance. - Bob Hall photo
Chantelle Zakariasen takes part in one of the afternoon classes. More than $4,200 was raised for the project and plenty of people were moved to action through the power of dance.
— image credit: Bob Hall photo

The Kukua Pamoja Project and Folk Fusion Dance held a dance-a-thon fundraiser earlier this month at Self Design High (in the Victoria Street Legion building). More than 100 people came out to all-day dance classes in a variety of different disciplines from hip hop to West African dance. The goal was to raise money for the Kukua Pamoja Project which works in Nairobi, Kenya with a focus on development through arts-based programing, preventative health and education programing, and gender empowerment work.

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