Performers step up for recovering Jane Richard Dancers, singers devote events to 7-year-old ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Eileen Dinn, owner of the Clifton Academy in Milton, tied Sarah McGillivray's shoes before the Dance Out for Jane benefit. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Joe Harrison pinned a ribbon on 7-year-old Nora Cox. The performance was held to honor Jane Richard, who was injured in the Marathon bombings that also killed her brother Martin. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Erin Kiley, 22, a step dancer from Fairfield, Conn., signed a T-shirt backstage at the John Hancock Hall, where the benefit was held. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Catherine Ternes, who organized Dance Out for Jane, gave a high-five to 8-year-old Deirdre Walsh. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Margaret Hanley (left) of Pembroke had a ribbon with the Marathon colors pinned on her shirt by Emma Stone. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Ternes gave a last-minute pep talk.