Calendar Girls featured on WGCU PBS presentation
The Calendar Girls, a lively senior women’s dance team, was recently featured on the WGCU PBS station’s airing of ‘Growing Bolder’s Ordinary People Living Extraordinary Lives’. Growing Bolder features inspiring people from SWFL who make up the soul of the community.
The show, featuring footage produced by members of The Rainbow Movement Foundation, aired several times in early March.
The Rainbow Movement Foundation is a local nonprofit that brings awareness to organizations and groups doing good deeds in the community.
Rainbow has been a public recognition supporter of the Calendar Girls for some time by producing videos, photos and sponsoring events for the dancing group.
“These women, each and every one, are local heroes,” says William Ulrich, Founder of The Rainbow Movement. “They dance to support Southeastern Guide Dogs who train and connect service dogs to veterans. Since 2006, The Calendar Girls have sponsored 24 guide dogs to US Veterans in need. What they do is just amazing.”
The Calendar Girls stay fit by dancing for donations at local venues. Ranging in age from 50-80, they make fitness fun while making a difference in the lives of Veterans and bring smiles to their audience.
The group’s belief, “there’s so much life in life” shines through in every performance.
The Calendar Girls generally rehearse in Cape Coral’s Jaycee Park 3-4 times a week from 8 – 9:30 a.m. For additional information about the group and its schedule, please visit http://calendargirlsflorida.com/
The Rainbow Movement Foundation stands with those who need a voice and supports projects that provide a better quality of life for those in need. For more information, please visit https://rainbowmovement.world/