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A group of Montana State University students are hosting a “danceathon” on Sunday to benefit the Shodair Children’s Hospital and are hoping to raise over $30,000 to go to its new hospital.

The Montanathon Dance Marathon will benefit Shodair Children’s Hospital, a 74-bed hospital in Helena that provides acute, residential and outpatient psychiatric care for children and teens. Shodair is Montana’s only Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.

The danceathon is organized by a group of 10 MSU students — with support from the Children’s Miracle Network — and is now in its third year.

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Juliana Sukut can be reached at 582-2630 or jsukut@dailychronicle.com

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