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June 26, 2013

ZUMBA for Tonya

EPPING —Tonya Porter was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 breast cancer that has already spread to her lungs and is not operable. She and her husband Gabe live in Epping and have a three-year old daughter Grace. Family and friends have come together to hold a fundraiser to help support the Porter family. Don't miss 'Zumba for Tonya' on Fri., June 28, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at the Epping Elementary School.

Cassandra Mullen of Zumba with Cassandra will lead the event with other local instructors, including someone from Rock Your Body in Fremont. The cost is only $15.00.

Enjoy raffles, food, music and fun! Come dance your hearts out and help raise money to help Tonya fight this battle. For more information, please email Fight4Tonya@gmail.com.

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