Dancing to find a much sought after cure
GETTING ready to groove and fundraising their way to the big night are this year's Stars of the Coffs Coast Dance for Cancer.
The cast of 11 prominent local personalities includes community relations co-ordinator at the C.ex Group, Sarah Pryor.
Sarah is pairing up with high profile and talented Carol Young, principal of the Woolgoolga Dance Studio.
Carol, along with dance partner Bec Gaile, took out both the judges' choice for best performer on the night and people's choice at the last Celebrity Dance for Cancer.
Sarah has lived in Coffs Harbour for the past six years, formerly working in Community Pharmacy exposing her to the "heinous disease" that is cancer.
"The 500 Coffs Harbour residents who will receive a cancer diagnosis this year alone, is reason enough for me to be stepping out of my comfort zone in the hope to see a cure for this awful disease," Sarah said.
As part of her fundraising commitment, Sarah is holding a Car Wash for Cancer Research at the Coffs Jetty Car Wash this Saturday from 9am until 1pm.
Why not come on down and let the C.ex Community Crew get your car gleaming clean for a mere $10? ($15 will buy you a wash and chamois and the cost is $20 for large cars and 4WDs)
All proceeds go to the Cancer Council NSW.
Cancer Council NSW community relations co-ordinator, Pippa Tabone said, "I am excited to announce that our online fundraising platform is now up and running, enabling everyone to support their favourite Star. We are using Everyday Hero and each Star has a link to their own page."
Head online to check out all the Stars and donate.
Visit Facebook for regular updates.