A Walk to Remember: St. Jude’s 5k Walk Happens in Frisco on Saturday

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FRISCO, TX-Okay, this may look like a random Zumba class in someone's backyard.

But, it isn't. The woman behind the grind is hoping this video will get you to shake it for St. Jude’s.

Anita Hawkins is making moves to help make a difference in the lives of little ones facing one bad word: cancer.

She even posted this video to help spread the message about St. Jude’s give thanks 5k walk.

"St. Jude's walk benefits St. Jude’s hospital where children can go and their lives can be saved because of this walk," said Hawkins.

This weekend Hawkins is inviting all North Texans to join her in taking a step in the right direction, the 5-k starts Saturday at 8a.m. at the Frisco Square.

So far, over $170,000 dollars have been raised as a result of this walk, so that families never receive a bill for treatment at St. Jude.

Yeah, apparently rockin' out for a good cause is something Hawkins knows all about.

"The words to the song, when Jesus says yes, nobody can say no and that's what St. Jude’s is all about.” "So if you want to rock out for St. Jude’s, log on to St. Jude.org and join team Hawkins,” she said.

So lace up those running shoes, meet at the start line and help these kids see cancer's finish line.

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