Meet the Stars of Young's Dance for Cancer fundraiser

The Stars of Young will launch their fundraising campaigns over the coming weeks ahead of this year's Dance for Cancer gala night.

Fifteen people will be thrown from their comfort zone and onto the dance floor at a show on June 14 and will raise money for cancer services in the Young area.

Stuart Norton - Norton Realty

  • Why are you a participant in this event?

Haven't got a clue.

  • Do you have any dance experience?

None whatsoever.

  • If you could describe your dance style in three words, what would it be?

Arms and legs.

  • Do you have a signature move?

Anything Disco.

  • What is it that you're most excited about, being a part of the Dance for Cancer?

Looks like a fun group of people.

  • Why is the work of Cancer Council NSW important to you?

They do great work for people in need.

  • How will you be fundraising in the lead up?

Selling my jars of Stuey's Spicy Relish.

Trudi Jayne Summerfield - Singer/songwriter

  • Why are you a participant in this event?

I am participating in this event to help raise more awareness about cancer and how it effects everyone.

  • Do you have any dance experience?

I used to do dance as an elective in high school and love dancing anywhere and everywhere.

  • If you could describe your dance style in three words, what would it be?

Enthusiastic, courageous and fun.

  • Do you have a signature move?

Possibly a modern twist on the grandpa shuffle/shake.

  • What is it that you're most excited about, being a part of the Dance for Cancer?

I am excited to raise money and really get my name and face out there.

  • Why is the work of Cancer Council NSW important to you?

It is important for everyone to be aware of what it is they actually do and where the money raised goes to. I have had family and friends that have had cancer and some that did not make it.

  • How will you be fundraising in the lead up?

A have booked in a fundraising event on Mothers Day at the golf club, a 50 club, sausage sizzles and a lolly guessing competition.