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(Some Irish Dancer)   Dance Out for Jane DC is a united effort of the Irish dance community in the national capital area to support Jane Richard and her family - enjoy an Irish dance show and support Jane   (culkinschool.com) divider line 4
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2013-04-22 01:11:45 AM  
<snark>Snark</snark>

Good luck on you, had to add some snark.
 
2013-04-22 01:14:08 AM  
OK, I read the link and have to take back the snark. Poor girl lost her brother and her leg. Damn.
 
2013-04-22 10:02:24 AM  
subby here...

Yes, Jane is a six-year-old from Dorchester, Mass., and a student at Clifden Academy of Irish Dance. Jane lost her leg as a result of the bomb explosion during the 2013 Boston Marathon - which also cost her eight-year-old brother, Martin, his life and injured her mother.   That headline was a bit too long >.>

The tl;dr is that the DC Irish dance community is coming together to support one of their own.  So save the date (May 5), head out to the pub (details in link), grab a beer, enjoy the show and help give something back to this family.

Slainte, all :)
 
2013-04-22 10:35:28 AM  
Just give me a Paypal address.  It's too far to a pub, I don't drink, I'll never remember the date, and I'm not allowed near teenaged Irish dancers.
 
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