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You Asked. We Answered.

By |2020-09-10T14:59:08-04:00September 11th, 2020|

If you’re anything like the rest of us, you have probably been wondering – how will DanceBlue look this year? Well, that’s a multifaceted question. So, we took to Instagram to hear from our followers about what they would like to know about DanceBlue 2021. Our incredible chairs put their heads together to give you

DanceBluetique Online Store is LIVE!

By |2020-08-20T20:11:32-04:00August 21st, 2020|

Despite a season of uncertainty, DanceBlue cannot be stopped in displaying our dedication for the kids proudly. Over the summer, our chairs and coordinators worked together to launch one of DanceBlue’s most wanted systems – the DanceBluetique Online Store. Built with love and mindfulness of our shared social contract to maintain a safe distance, the

$2,000,190.20 FOR THE KIDS!

By |2020-03-03T19:23:02-05:00March 3rd, 2020|

This past weekend, history was made. Thousands of University of Kentucky students, faculty, alum, friends, and family gathered in Memorial Coliseum in celebration of a year’s worth of hard work and fundraising for kids of the DanceBlue Kentucky Children’s Hospital Hematology/Oncology Clinic. After 24 hours of no sitting or sleeping, so many fun games, a

Marathon Survival Tips

By |2020-02-26T13:27:51-05:00February 26th, 2020|

Preparing for the DanceBlue dance marathon can be overwhelming, especially for those who have not participated in the marathon before. As a result, we have polled Committee members to see what tips they have and items they pack to survive the marathon. We hope these tips help you have the best possible experience at the

From 2006 to 2020: The Evolution of DanceBlue

By |2020-01-21T17:04:23-05:00January 21st, 2020|

The concept of DanceBlue started as a request from the late Jarrett Mynear as one of his final wishes. Jarrett was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma at age two, had his leg amputated at age three, and then was diagnosed six times with various forms of cancer by age thirteen. After much time spent in the

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