2 nights, 13 dancers, 1 cause

ST. GEORGE – Kalamity is a group of dancers dedicated to helping their community. Kalamity donates all their proceeds to a family in need every year. This year, they are dedicating every move to the couragous Slack family.
Dylan Slack, 5, passed away this year from AT disease. AT is a rare genetic and fatal disease that currently two children are fighting in Utah. Before Dylan’s passing, his baby sister, Riley, was diagnosed with the same disease.
As Dylan’s declining health had incurred, ever-increasing medical expenses, and Riley’s emerging more rapidly, Kalamity is reaching out to help their family. Please join Kalamity at their second annual benefit concert Dec. 3 and 4 at Desert Hills High School. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Kalamity is asking for a $5 donation to support the cause.
To donate and learn more about the Slack’s, visit www.dylanandrileyslack.blogspot.com.
Kalamity is holding open auditions are for all experienced, passionate, fun and outgoing dancers. Graduating seniors and up are invited. Must have dance experience. Auditions will be Thurs., December 9 at 8:30 p.m. and Sat., December 11 at 7 a.m. 
For more information on the concert, and updated news on the team, please visit www.kalamitydance.blogspot.com.

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