Hipline Presents Shimmy Pop-a-Thon to raise money for Oaklands Elizabeth House
Lakeshore’s Hipline Dance Studio holds a Shimmy Pop-a-Thon for the
Oakland Elizabeth House, July 18
Hipline Studio invites you to join the fun during their 1st annual Shimmy Pop-a-Thon, to raise money for the Oakland Elizabeth House- a residential transitional program for women with children who have experienced homelessness, violence, addiction, and/or poverty.
The fundraiser is public and will be held on Saturday, July 18, 2015 from 10:00 am -3:00 pm at Hipline studio.
Event features include:
♡ 5 hours of dancing to several genres of music
♡ Local Hipline Choreographers with Hipline staff MC’s will lead group dances!
♡ Free beverages and prizes
All money will be donated to the Oakland Elizabeth House to help their work to transition women and their children to independence, including individualized case management services, job search development, academic tutoring, mental health counseling, and classes in parenting, communication and time management. To learn more about the Oakland Elizabeth House, visit http://www.oakehouse.org/.
Hipline has a goal to raise at least $6,000 at its Shimmy Pop-a Thon. Our planning team hopes at least 150 people will attend the event. “With more people who attend, more awareness of homeless will be understood, and more money will be raised for the Oakland Elizabeth House,” says Samar & Gabriela, sisters & Co-Owners of Hipline.
Hipline opened in 2008. It is a sister-owned, local dance studio offering Shimmy Pop and Power Pop- dance cardio and body sculpting signature classes designed to empower women through movement. The Company Mission is simply, Shimmy. Connect. Love. Classes run 7 days a week, morning and evenings. For event, workshop, class schedule and studio information, visit myhipline.com.
For more information on the Shimmy Pop-a-Thon, please contact Hipline’s Events Coordinator, Penny Barthel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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