Dancers make a difference

  • N.H. Dance Movement’s Kelsey Piper (left) and Suzanna Derynorski. Courtesy

Saturday, August 12, 2017

As the summer days continue to roll by, local dancers from all across the state are dedicating hours to giving back to their local community as the annual Dance to Make a Difference put on by New Hampshire Dance Movement is quickly approaching.

On Aug. 26 at 7 p.m. at the Interlakes Community Auditorium, dancers of all ages will be performing to raise funds for The Faith Hope and Love Foundation.

Kelsey Piper and Suzanna Derynorski lead by example when it comes to giving back to their community as this year’s show is the sixth year in a row facilitating the family friendly event to raise funds for N.H. youth.

Tickets for the Aug. 26 show will be sold at the door and can be reserved by emailing nhdancemovement@gmail.com. Community members can find more information by visiting N.H. Dance Movement’s Facebook for more information, pictures of the show, choreographers and more.

For information on The Faith Hope and Love Foundation, readers can visit them online at faithhopeandlovefoundation.org or on Facebook.