Can Public Relations CPR talent Brice Vick will be judging the Bowe State University Dance for the Cure charity event.
Dance For the Cure: Every year Bowie State University’s Dance for the Cure event raises awareness about HIV and AIDS both on campus and in the surrounding community. Students get together each year to put on both individual and group performances in the name of the CURE.
This year’s Dance for the Cure event kicked off the 2011 Homecoming Week festivities with a individual and group performance on Sept. 12 in the Leonidas James Physical Education Complex.
Hosted by 93.9 WKYS’ DJ Flava, this year’s event began with a moment of silence for the late DJ William “Ill Will” Walker, a former BSU student who hosted the event in the past. DJ Big Easy, also from 93.9, started the night with tunes familiar to Bowie State students. After the crowd got hyped and pumped with energy, special guest judges were introduced: celebrity choreographer Brice Vick; Grammy-nominated songstress YahZarah; Former Raven’s football player Chris McAlister; and radio and TV personality Jennie “Kitty of the City” Jones.
After each performance the judges conferred and offered individual, constructive criticism based on creativity, blocking, and contestants’ overall performance.
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