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Salsa dancers bring Latin flair to a Rishton car wash
11:57am Wednesday 28th August 2013 in News
SALSA dancers swapped their maracas for sponges as they brought some Latin flair to a car wash in Rishton.
Staff from Salsa Northwest showed off their moves while cleaning cars at Premier Mobile Valeting, raising £220 for a Zambian school in the process.
Sandra Kinder, one of the dancers, said: “We danced all around the cars and got very wet and soapy. We just tried to have as much fun as we could — I think people thought we were really daft, but they were laughing and said it was great.”
The firm’s instructor Phil Kaila is from Choma in Zambia, and he and his colleagues have long been raising cash for the town’s Jack and Jill School.
Sandra, from Blackburn, said all the cash would go directly to the school and thanked Lee Fenna for letting them use his business, as well as Media Village, Accrington for donating marketing materials.
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