A couple hundred people turned out, tearing up the dance floor for two hours straight.
A few local Zumba instructors volunteered their time and a silent auction was set up, featuring hundreds of items.
After nearly a month of planning, it was an emotional time for Wynter, her family, and those who put it all together.
"It's so amazing that Wynter was finally able to get out of the hospital and come to see this," said Lisa Przybylski, Wynter's mother. "This is the first fundraiser that she's actually been able to come to in person and it's awesome to bring her to this and see everybody come out and have so much support for her. There's a room full of people, I mean, most of them we've never met before and it's awesome."
"Seeing all the things on auction, you know, I didn't expect to have-- I mean this is bigger than what we thought we'd ever receive," said Dustin Przybylski, Wynter's father. "It's amazing and we just feel blessed that so many people are coming out to support our daughter."
"The people who I don't even know have come out. Just heard it through friends and have just given their time and their energy," said Amy Badger, Zumba-thon organizer and owner of Bodies by Badger. "It's just unbelievable. We lived out of state for a while and to come back here, I mean it's like we wouldn't have it any other way. We're home, and this is what it's about."
And the efforts don't stop there. We're told the Brewer Community School is organizing a "Parents Versus Teachers Spelling Bee."
We'll be sure to bring you the details on that, as soon as they become available... so stay tuned!