Ms. Cam’s Dance Studio presented their showcase, “Fruits of the Spirit” on May 1 at the Historic Hill’s Building in downtown Crossville. In lieu of charging for attending, the studio accepted donations for the Cumberland Medical Center Cancer Support Fund and raised $1,200.
Studio Director Cam Hill stated, “We were thrilled to raise this amount for such an important cause, and are so grateful for the generosity of those who attended our performances. My Assistant Director Casey Selby and I believe in the importance of our students learning to use their gifts and talents to make a positive impact in our community.”
100 students performed dance pieces from their classes in ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, creative movement, and expressive acting.
Ms. Cam’s Studio is a faith-based program with a mission statement of, “enriching a child’s life through dance to the glory of God.” The foundation remains in quality instruction in a nurturing environment with emphasis on the development of the “whole child” – physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.
Hill and Selby remain passionate about continuing this legacy of dance education and tradition of excellence in our community.
Hill adds, “We are humbled, grateful, and blessed to have been a home for dancers for 22 years and look forward to a bright future. Most important we give all glory and praise to God for all good which comes through our program.”
About the CMC Cancer Support Fund
All contributions to the Cancer Support Fund at Cumberland Medical Center stay local to help the residents of the Cumberland Plateau. The fund helps to provide assistance for expenses such as gas, lodging, and nutrition. The CMC Cancer Center is a member of the Thompson Cancer Survival Center network as a part of Covenant Health, a locally-owned not-for-profit health system.
Donations can be sent to: Cumberland Medical Center, Attn: Cancer Support Fund, 421 Sought Main Street, Crossville, TN 38555. For more information, call (931) 456-8390.