Good deeds: Dance marathon benefits children's hospital

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Posted: Sunday, March 3, 2013 12:00 am

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Dancing: Senior nursing students at the College of Nursing Lincoln Division raised $2,085 during a recent 12-hour Dance Marathon event that benefited Children's Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha. Dance Marathon is a group based at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln that supports Children's Hospital. About 900 students, patients and families, and others attended the fundraiser. Proceeds benefit the renovation of the Rainbow House, the Beads of Courage Program and Child Life. The money was raised through the sale of T-shirts, which continues. To buy a shirt, email Jess Bomberger at

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