Stars of Bathurst Dance for Cancer contestant Abby Dinger is set to honour two of her grandparents when she takes part in the annual charity event later this month.
To support her campaign, Ms Dinger will host a fashion show and art auction at The Hub this Friday, with a number of artists and small business owners to take part.
"We've got some beautiful art pieces from Greg Hyde, Jock Alexander and Artwork by Kay up for auction, and the fashion show will feature clothing from Abby Smith's A Puppy and Her vintage collection," Ms Dinger said.
"The clothes will be modelled by some wonderful theatre-media students from Charles Sturt University, and Abby will have clothes for sale on the night."
Ms Dinger has been paired with Dancin' Divas Pole Studio for the main Stars of Bathurst event on May 29, and said she has creative burlesque routine in the works.
"Andy [Wills, Dancin' Divas owner] has been really kind and helpful teaching me the routine, and there's a stellar host of back-up dancers involved," she said.
Ms Dinger has raised $1014 so far for NSW Cancer Council, the main benefactor for Stars of Bathurst.
Friday's event will go from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. Tickets cost $10 at the door, or can be donated online to Ms Dinger's cause with 'ticket' in the description.
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