Danc­ing for a good cause LSS Dance raise over $700 for the Royal Chil­dren’s Hos­pi­tal

Mansfield Courier - - OPINIONS/PEOPLE -

LYN Sav­ille School of Dance (LSS Dance) ran two con­certs over last week­end, one in Mans­field and an­other in Alexan­dra, both for a good cause.

“They were great con­certs with a won­der­ful va­ri­ety of dances - Clas­si­cal, Jazz, Cheer­lead­ing, Bol­ly­wood, Hip Hop, Acro and Con­tem­po­rary,” said Lyn Sav­ille, prin­ci­pal at LSS Dance.

The funds from the two con­certs will be do­nated to the Royal Chil­dren’s Hos­pi­tal in Mel­bourne. “We hold it ev­ery year,” Lyn said. “We’ve been do­ing it for eight or nine years now.” The mother-daugh­ter-sis­ter dance school be­gan hold­ing con­certs with the hopes of see­ing chil­dren de­velop their cre­ative side.

“It feels good to give back, and it’s im­por­tant the kids ac­knowl­edge the im­por­tance of giv­ing back to your com­mu­nity,” Lyn said.

HAPPY DANCERS: LSS Dance stu­dents (Mans­field) ran a dance con­cert last week­end, with all funds raised go­ing to the Royal Chil­dren’s Hos­pi­tal.

GRACE­FUL: Jac­que­line Lewis, Aimee Fraser and Star Lieber danc­ing away.

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