In a sold out gala event hosted by the Batemans Bay Soldier’s Club the audience enjoyed the celebration of 12 hard weeks of training and commitment of this year's contestants to perform for the 2019 Stars of Eurobodalla Dance For Cancer. Stars of Eurobodalla Dance for Cancer is a gala fundraising event for Cancer Council. Since commencing in 2016 the event has raised over $92,000 with around 250 people coming every year to watch the stars and their dance partners perform everything from the hip hop, to ballet to ballroom. It is a fantastic evening with an atmosphere full of entertainment, laughter and most of all community spirit.
While all the contestants this year are winners the Judge's Choice Award went to Garry Griffiths and his dance partner Claire Lassau, of Stepz South Coast Dance Academy. Garry was also this year's highest fundraiser.
WINNERS: Garry Griffiths and his dance partner Claire Lassau, of Stepz South Coast Dance Academy. Photo: Stars of Eurobodalla Dance For Cancer Garry of GBG Plastering took the challenge to dance this year and with no dancing experience came under the direction of his dance partner Claire.
The choreography was tight, the aerials dazzling and the crowd gave the pair the ovation they deserved. If you would like to see video of some of the performances visit the Stars of Eurobodalla Dance For Cancer Social media page HERE
And the Beagle pick for best Act of tonight's Stars of Eurobodalla Dance For Cancer
Lauren and dance partner Prue !!
Lauren Hare works at The Eurobodalla Cancer Care Centre and is the first point of contact when you arrive at our Oncology Department at Moruya Hospital.
Lauren was very excited to represent The Oncology Department at Moruya Hospital and have the opportunity to raise money for the Cancer Council of NSW.