£30,000 and counting: The Krazy Angels Linedance is back and raising much-needed funds
Fran and Sally, from Krazy Angels Linedance Club, have been running linedancing classes, as well as social events, in the Midsomer Norton area for the past fifteen years.
Sally told The Journal: “We have raised over £30,000 in the last fifteen years for charities such as Air Ambulance, RUH, Children in Need, Life Boats, Cancer Research, Blood Bikes and lots more.
“This year, we have chosen to raise money for a lifetime friends Son, Aaron Creese, who is 26-years-old.”
Aaron, who has Spastic Diplegia, a form of Cerebral Palsy, has been accepted for the SDR surgery with Dr T.S. Park in the children’s hospital in St Louis USA.
Sally continued: “Aaron has the chance to go to America for a major operation to allow him to be able to walk, but in order to do this, he needs to raise £75,000.
“Please join us to help Aaron raise the money to have the Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy surgery, by attending our annual charity line dance on Saturday, 21st May.
“Please come along to our linedance event, you don’t need to dance as there is plenty going on.”
Fran and Sally will be holding the event at Paulton Rovers Football Club, from 12pm - 5pm, on Saturday, 21st May.
There will be plenty of refreshments, a cake stall, bring and buy, lucky keys, raffles, a tombola and a small auction, so if you’re not keen on dancing, there will be plenty of other activities for you to do.
To find out more about Aaron’s surgery, and the need to raise the money, search ‘Aaron’s life changing surgery’ on GoFundMe.
For more information about the event, please call: Fran on - 07715 332520 or call Sally on - 07525 415183.
Alternatively, message them via Facebook: Facebook.com/Krazyangels
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