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PHOTOS Zumba in the Club in aid of Cliona's Foundation PHOTOS Zumba in the Club in aid of Cliona's Foundation


PHOTOS Zumba in the Club in aid of Cliona’s Foundation



Pictured: Some of Limerick’s elite Zumba instructors at the Zumba in the Club event at Crush 87, with funds raised going toward Limerick-based charity, Cliona’s Foundaiton. Picture: Dolf Patijn.

A group of Limerick’s elite Zumba instructors got together to bringing you one of the biggest Zumba events that Limerick has ever seen. “Zumba in the Club” in aid of Limerick Charity Clionas Foundation.  The event was held in Limerick’s hottest venue Crush Nightclub with, doors opening at 8.30pm. Tickets were €10 if pre booked or €15 on the night – ticket price included FREE entry to Crush Nightclub afterwards.

People taking part enjoyed a large dance floor, fantastic club lighting, fabulous instructors, and energetic choreography. Sound on the night was taken care of by DJ Peter Byrne. An evening of high-adrenaline fun was had, with people dressing up or down, comfortable, sporty, in a relaxed environment.

Cliona’s Foundation provides financial assistance to critically ill children all over Ireland. Founded in 2007 by Brendan and Terry Ring, in memory of their daughter Cliona who died of an inoperable brain tumour, Cliona’s Foundation has raised in excess of €870,000 already helping more than 230 families across Ireland.  Cliona’s Foundation receives no financial state support and relies on the generosity of the public for support and to ensure its continuity.





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Photos by Dolf Patijn for I Love Limerick. All Rights Reserved.

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