Strange Bedfellow Makes $3K+ Donation to Life With Cancer

March 17, 2014 11:26 AM0 comments
Falls Church's Harry Shovlin (far right) of Strange Bedfellow presents a check for more than $3,000 to James Zabora (second from right), director of Life With Cancer, a part of INOVA Health Foundation in Northern Virginia. Joining the presentation are Ken Feltman (far left), a co-founder with Shovlin of Strange Bedfellow, and Carol Loftur-Thun (second from left), production manager for "The Actual Dance," a new and critically acclaimed play that Strange Bedfellow produced as the centerpiece of the fundraising effort. (Courtesy Photo)

Falls Church’s Harry Shovlin (far right) of Strange Bedfellow presents a check for more than $3,000 to James Zabora (second from right), director of Life With Cancer, a part of INOVA Health Foundation in Northern Virginia. Joining the presentation are Ken Feltman (far left), a co-founder with Shovlin of Strange Bedfellow, and Carol Loftur-Thun (second from left), production manager for “The Actual Dance,” a new and critically acclaimed play that Strange Bedfellow produced as the centerpiece of the fundraising effort. (Courtesy Photo)

Falls Church’s Strange Bedfellow recently presented a check for more than $3,000 to Life With Cancer, which provides assistance for cancer victims and their families locally. The funds were raised by Strange Bedfellow’s production of “The Actual Dance” last month.

Written and acted by McLean resident Sam Simon, “The Actual Dance” is about how a woman’s cancer diagnosis changes life for her family – and especially her husband. The play was presented twice on Sunday, Feb. 23, at Creative Cauldron at ArtSpace Falls Church.

Strange Bedfellow is composed of more than a dozen Falls Church civic and charitable organizations, including a Boy Scout troop, both the local Democratic and Republican parties, community and neighborhood associations, the League of Women Voters of Falls Church, the Falls Church Lions Club, the Falls Church chapter of the American Association of University Women, and the Village Preservation and Improvement Society.

For more information about Strange Bedfellow, visit StrangeBedfellow.com.

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