Students packed the Civic Center pledging to stand for 32 consecutive hours. During that time the dancers learn new moves and listen to "Miracle Families". Those are families who have been helped by the Children's Miracle Network. All of the proceeds from the event benefit the Children's Miracle Network at Shands Children's Hospital and the FSU College of Medicine.
Ashley Moore is an FSU student participating in the Dance Marathon. "We have a lot and we take a lot of things for granted and these families that need help and need these treatments, they're going through hard times. I tend to forget that I have it really easy so it's only
Around 850 students are participating in the Dance Marathon this year.
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