Stars of Orange Dance for Cancer 2017

READY TO GO: Robyn and Murray Evans practice their routine for Stars of Orange Dance for Cancer at Central West Performing Arts studio. Photo: JUDE KEOGH

READY TO GO: Robyn and Murray Evans practice their routine for Stars of Orange Dance for Cancer at Central West Performing Arts studio. Photo: JUDE KEOGH

ROBYN and Murray Evans are getting ready to jive for a good cause.

The Jack Evans owners have already raised $5533 for the Cancer Council as a part of the Stars of Orange Dance for Cancer event.

The cause of the event is close to both of their hearts.

Mr Evans’ brother Glenn passed away from leukemia in 2000 and Mrs Evans’ father was diagnosed with lung cancer earlier this year, which has been managed with surgery.

Mrs Evans said the two wanted to make their family proud.

“[My father] is proud that we’re getting out there and doing something like this,” she said.

The two have paired up with Central West Performing Arts to prepare for the performance.

Stars of Orange Dance for Cancer will be held at Orange Function Centre on Saturday, June 24. Doors open at 6pm and the show starts at 7pm.

Visit www.everydayhero.com.au/event/starsoforange2017 to purchase tickets to the event or donate to the cause.