https://www.youtube.com/embed/nVo6HPW-E7A Name: Bethany Stephens Parents: Tracy Peck Age:12 Type of cancer: Wilms Tumor/ Kidney cancer Tell me about the moment you find out about Bethany’s diagnosis? Tracy: We first found out about Bethany’s diagnosis before she was six years old.
The Nelson County Community DanceBlue began as an idea to unite others by helping an amazing cause. The planning process started by recruiting potential members from Thomas Nelson High School. From there, we communicated with other local high schools to
https://www.youtube.com/embed/qY4JjyWBc4o Name: Sherry Bayliff Job title: Clinic Physician Years at clinic: 17 ½ Why did you choose your profession? I loved absolutely every clinical rotation in med school . . . but on the first day of my Pediatrics
Melissa Jarboe, Advisor for Apollo High School DanceBlue Committee: Apollo High School’s DanceBlue started 6 years ago with 12 students and an advisor who wasn’t quite sure what she was doing. We had 90 students participate in our first 5-hour
A year ago, I couldn’t believe I had been blessed enough to start a new job that seemed like the most intimidating thing in the world—a DanceBlue Advisor. I was so excited and so so nervous to get to work
Do you remember the first time you heard about DanceBlue? I do. I was a sophomore at UK and my friends tried earnestly to convince me to participate in the marathon that year. Honestly, I didn’t exactly understand the hype.
We are called to emulate our Creator’s relational character and DanceBlue’s Adopt-A-Family Program makes that possible in some of the most vulnerable states but also in the most fun and spirit-filled moments. Throughout the year of fundraising and raising awareness,
Last year, at DanceBlue’s 24 - hour Dance Marathon, one of the song snippets from our line dance had the lyrics, “I am way too young and I won’t stop running.” In a very literal and figurative sense, I will
https://www.youtube.com/embed/vjv-Hue4pHM Name: Courtney Emery Job title: School Intervention Specialist I have been blessed with the opportunity to work in the DanceBlue Kentucky Children’s Hospital Hem/Onc clinic for 4 years as the School Intervention Specialist. Working in the DanceBlue Clinic and witnessing