Saturday, January 30, 2010
Everyone finds their own way to contribute, for a group of Lady Gaga fans -- they danced. On Friday evening, hundreds swarmed a dance floor on Marion Square, as Lady Gaga tunes played, to raise money for the Haiti Relief and Development Fund.
To celebrate National Lady Gaga Day, event organizer Joe Quinn and his friends planned "Gaga Day In The Square" to raise money for the Haitian relief fund by selling t-shirts and collecting donations during the free event.
As fans of all ages, many dressed as Lady Gaga, jumped around to the music on the dance floor, a crowd of almost as many onlookers watched and took pictures during the event that raised about $3,000 for the relief fund.
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