Saugatuck Dancers Raise Suicide Awareness

The Saugatuck River Dancers are a lively, talented bunch.

Their routines are fun. And they use them to draw attention to important, non-dancing issues.

In September the group performed at the Saugatuck Rowing Club’s “Row for Recovery” breast cancer event.

Now they’re fighting the stigma of suicide, and raising awareness about prevention.

The dancers — Jill Alcott Ferreday, Hilary Blumberg Solder, Michael Chait, Eva Grant Rawiszer, Suzanne Harvey and Deb Montner — worked it out to BTS’ “Dynamite.”

Suzanne was the choreographer, and Chait Video of Westport produced the excellent, artsy reel.

Like what you see below? Click here to donate to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

4 responses to “Saugatuck Dancers Raise Suicide Awareness

  1. There are other crisis hotlines. TheHopeline and Salvation Army line at 1-844-458-HOPE (4673). It’s good to have choices.

  2. Great Cause! FYI to others- Click on ‘Roster’ to donate to one of the team members.

  3. Very creative video. And yet another source of information and support: https://www.thehubct.org/suicide

  4. A very creative video.
    There is more information on: https://www.thehubct.org/suicide

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