Adler Cosmetic and Family Dentistry recently supported the charitable event described below (excerpted from ‘Bat Conservation International’):
BCI Members have always been innovative fundraisers on behalf of bats, but Kim Hall’s “Belly Dancing for Bats” event at The Bug Theatre in Denver, Colorado, seems to have raised the bar. Kim, who sports a large tattoo of an Egyptian fruit bat on her back, has been belly dancing for years, teaches the art form and regularly gives professional performances. She also has a degree from the University of Maine in wildlife ecology and worked with bats during a stint at the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department. Now living in Colorado, she founded the local dance troupe Indigo Rain. The fundraiser she says, reflects her two passions: bats and belly dancing. She and a number of her colleagues put on the show to help BCI’s efforts to combat White-nose Syndrome.