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Dance Showcase for Billings Brain Injury Support Group

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BILLINGS - Montana continues to be third in the nation for brain injuries according to the Billings Brain Injury Support Group. This weekend you can help the group make some progress.

The organization is hosting a dance showcase Saturday night at the Lincoln Auditorium in downtown Billings. Doors open at 6:15pm and the showcase starts at 7pm and will feature seven different dance styles. It's $12 at the door for adults and $5 for students and seniors. The money raised will go to conference scholarships and the free family Koncerts for Kidz* that happen in the summer.

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