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Flash Mob America (New York) Message Board › Tomorrow! Can you fit your choreography to Irish Music?

Tomorrow! Can you fit your choreography to Irish Music?

Susan R.
Entechserv.com
Houston, TX
Post #: 105
3:00 PM at Hotel Pennsylvania. 401 7th Avenue (@ 33). Here's what they have to say:
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In the spirit of the holiday, this initiative is for fun, charity and entertainment.
Take your rehearsed choreographed routine and perform it to Irish music or take a contemporary /classical/ modern piece of music and dance Irish.

THIS IS FOR A GOOD CAUSE:
A nationwide effort to catch a fatal illness in children has begun In the wake of the tragic death of 12-year-old Rory Staunton at the hands of sepsis,The New York Times has reported. Staunton was the son of Irish-born parents, Ciaran and Orlaith Staunton, who live in Queens, New York.

The New York Times has reported that, “Rory’s case has prompted doctors, nurses and hospital administrators across the country to make new efforts to head off the kinds of problems that may have contributed to his death.”

Rory’s parents Ciaran and Orlaith Staunton have begun a crusade to inform parents about their rights in emergency rooms and to encourage reform in hospitals nationwide. They are seeking passage of a “Rory’s Law” which would safeguard children in emergency rooms and help doctors and parents look for signs of sepsis. Their website is rorystaunton.com.

Sepsis can be very successfully treated with antibiotics if caught in time. Every delayed hour makes it more difficult to stop.

Rory Staunton passed away after contracting an infection through a scrape he received while playing basketball. The night he incurred the scrape, he began vomiting, prompting his mother Orlaith Staunton to take him to the doctor the next day.

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