Kymberlee Kaye Raya. SUBMITTED PHOTO
Renaissance Social Services is turning to Zumba to help the organization raise money to fight homelessness.
As part of its World Homelessness Week activities, Renaissance will sponsor a Zumba dance party beginning at 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 12. For the uninitiated, Zumba is a dance-cardio fitness routine done to all sorts of music — Latin, pop, R&B, you name it. It’s good exercise for all levels of people who like to have fun when they sweat.
Zumba’s Kymberlee Kaye Raya and a team of instructors have donated their time for the event, which will be held at Memorial Hall in Lakeview, 1500 W. Belmont (inside the St. Luke Renaissance Church complex).
A donation of $10 or more (cash preferred) is your admission to a fun Sunday. All proceeds will go toward Renaissance’s prevention, housing and support services for the homeless.
Come move those hips for a good cause.