Calling all Zumba® fans and anyone who would love to support a great cause!!
Join us for a Zumbathon® with all proceeds to benefit Robby Klimaytis and his family. Check out #teamrobby on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/teamrobbyk?fref=ts. The family's story is very tragic and the support they have received is very touching. We are excited to help!
Your Zumba® instructors for the evening will be Amanda Roberts, Ann Marzo, and Andrea Javarauckas. For two hours you can Zumba® your heart out to a variety of music and rhythms, paired with a combination of dance and fitness moves that are sure to get your booty shaking! Check out the different styles and personalities of our instructors. We enjoy what we do and we want you to have fun too! Together we can all help make a difference in Robby's life.
Sign up now**. Share this event & invite your friends to a Zumba® night out! Space is limited. Purchase your tickets for $10.00 in advance to reserve your spot! On-line ticket sales will end at midnight on January 24th. You may purchase Zumbathon® tickets at the door for $15.00, Cash Only, subject to space availability.
Wear comfy clothes and sneakers. Bring your smile, a friend, and your wallet. We will be raffling off an assortment of goodies! Zumba® begins at 7:00pm Friday January 25, 2013. Doors will open for registration at 6:30pm. Parking is available at the parking lot of Windsor Federal Savings, located on Elm St. just behind the VFW, or park on the road of Broad St. or Elm St. Entrance doors are located in the front on Broad Street.
Thank you in advance for your support of the #teamrobby Benefit Zumbathon® for Robby Klimaytis & Family!
**Please purchase a ticket as a participant ONLY if you plan on attending and participating at the event. If you are not able to attend but would like to help support #teamrobby, you may make a flat donation as a non-participant.
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FOR ROBBY KLIMAYTIS & FAMILY
Robby Klimaytis is a 4 year old boy that was in a tragic accident on November 5, 2012. He was out playing in a ditch, in the yard, when a fallen tree moved and pinned him for 20-30 minutes. Robby was brought to the local emergency room and was sent via Lifestar to Connecticut Childrens' Medical Center. He has been diagnosed with an anoxic brain injury due to his prolonged time without oxygen.
Robby will need 24 hour home care for the remainder of his life.