With two weeks until the Stars of Nowra Dance for Cancer event, fundraising efforts are in full swing.
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All stars aim to raise $3000 each.
So far they have raised nearly $20,000 collectively.
Nearly 250 tickets have been sold of possible 600 tickets to the show.
May 26 is shaping up to be an entertaining night, with a Grease theme, hip hop and a taste of PG rated stripping.
“My dance involves stripping, but don’t worry there are plenty of layers to strip off, so we won’t ever get to the base level,” Fairfax Star Hayley Warden said.
“You’ll see one really famous move that everyone will be familiar with.”
The fun event has a serious element to it. Star Richard Naradil lost his brother to melanoma at a young age.
“I am the youngest of three brothers, and it was my middle brother who passed away at just 41 years of age,” he said.
“It was a big shock. Both my mum and mother-in-law have been through breast cancer, and thankfully survived. I am taking part so that I can raise money to ensure no one else has to lose someone dear to them in the future.”
Richard is organising a wine tour this Saturday, 12 May, with funds raised going to his overall fundraising target for the Stars of Nowra event.
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