Griffith’s stars ready to dance

HOT STEPPERS: Alan Wedesweiler, Dane McDuirk, Ashleigh Vico and Tony Licastro check out their competition in Simone Crossley and Sam Trimboli. Picture: Hannah Higgins.

St MARY’SYoogali teacher AlanWedesweiler, one of the upcoming stars ofthe Cancer Council NSW’s ‘Stars of Griffith, Dance for Cancer’, said “it’sweek two and I’ve dropped Jess twice, but we’re not up to helmets yet.”

Preparation for the June event is underway with thecouples dancing having already begun to learn their routines at Melissa’s Dance Studio.

With more than one dancer describing their style as‘two left feet’ it’s sure to beinteresting two nights.

Contestant Sam Trimboli said getting involved was an easy decision for him.“I’ve had family pass away from cancer and when you see them go through what they go through you jump at the opportunity to do something to help,” he said.

Tickets for the event will be available from April 21 at the Griffith Exies Club.

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