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Zumbathon Held To Assist Parent Aide Program

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 4/7/2013 Dozens of women and a few men were kicking up their heels at the Richland Mall this past weekend during a Zumbathon Bash to benefit the Parent Aide Program.   Zumba Instructor and fitness professional Sandy Lykins says the event kicks off April being National Child Abuse Prevention Month.   Lykins says the Zumba participants were more than happy to gather to support a great cause like the Parent Aide Program  which promotes positive parenting skills and fosters self-sufficiency for at-risk families by developing supportive and educational one-to-one relationships in the home environment.   Along with the dancing, free T-shirts were given away to the first 65 pre-registered ticket holders, as well as raffle and door prizes being offered.
   
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