Dancers are the heart and core of DBR. They stand for 12 hours at DBR while participating in games, activities, listening to Norton Children’s Hospital family stories, eating, and learning more about DBR. Dancing is a great way to get involved on campus! Start today by registering as a DANCER and follow DBR on all social media outlets.
Committee members work year-round to plan and spread awareness about DBR and Norton Children’s Hospital. DBR is comprised of 8 committees that allow people to become even more invested in the DBR Family. Committee members must have previously danced in DBR. For more details about becoming a committee member email DanceBigRedWKU@gmail.com.
Executive chairs lead each DBR Committee. Each executive is responsible for a committee. Becoming an executive is a great way to gain more leadership experience and continue to help DBR grow and impact Norton Children’s Hospital. Look out for more information about becoming an executive after DBR 2021.
Dance Little Red:
Julie Rosling Francisco