East County zombies invade Qualcomm Stadium for fundraiser

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Members of Jibe Studios Dance Crew attended the Monday Night Chargers on Oct. 14, game dressed as zombies to raise money to go to a dance convention in the spring. Zombies milled through the crowd of football fans and then sporadically began dancing to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” Charger and Colts fans came together to help support the zombies in their efforts to raise money for their spring convention.

Members of Jibe Studios Dance Crew attended the Monday Night Chargers on Oct. 14, game dressed as zombies to raise money to go to a dance convention in the spring. Zombies milled through the crowd of football fans and then sporadically began dancing to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” Charger and Colts fans came together to help support the zombies in their efforts to raise money for their spring convention.

“It is also a great team building and peer group confidence building weekend for the girls,” said Abby Neves, co owner.

CoDance is the dance convention they are raising funds to attend and by attending they are taught dance by top dancers in the industry. The cost is $800-$900 per girl which makes it difficult for some families to attend.

Jibe Studios is located on Fletcher Parkway in El Cajon and is owned by Abby Neves and Jennifer Hill. Jibe offers a full schedule of dance and tumbling classes. The entire 19-member zombie dance crew can be seen at the Haunted Trails in Balboa Park on October 18, 19, 24, & 26.

For information on donations for the dance troop call Jibe at 619-465-5423.

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