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On Saturday, October 3, the University of Manitoba will publicly launch Front and Centre, our $500-million philanthropic campaign, and we would like you to be a part of it!

We are currently recruiting volunteers to participate in an on-field performance at half-time of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers game.

Sign up below to be a part of this exciting announcement and share in the legacy this campaign will create!

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    If you are between 12 and 17, you can participate with parental and/or dance/gymnastics company consent. Please complete the following:

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    Small-group and full-group rehearsals will be scheduled in September. Rehearsal dates and times will be confirmed with all volunteers by team captains.


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    If you have food sensitivities or allergies, or any mobility requirements we should be aware of, please describe:

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    Note: The choreography will be easy to learn and fun to perform! A dance or performance background is not required.

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