A fundraising event hosted by the Volunteer Centre of St. Lawrence-Rideau
Brockville – The Volunteer Centre of St. Lawrence-Rideau is hosting the 6 th Annual Dancing Stars of Leeds Grenville fundraiser on Friday March 3, 2017 at Thousand Islands Secondary School, 2510 Parkdale Ave. Brockville, with doors opening at 6:15 p.m. and the event starting at 7:00 p.m.
“We are very grateful to our volunteer 7 dance teams, made up of 2 dancers and 1 choreographer, who have been practicing for 7 weeks and are raising funds in support of the Volunteer Centre” says Harold Hess, Volunteer Centre Manager. “For the 6 th year, we are thrilled that Scotiabank Brockville will be our Event Sponsor.
Tickets for the Dancing Stars event are $30 and are available at both Scotiabank locations in Brockville, till 1 p.m. on Friday March 3 rd .” says Hess. “People in attendance will vote with loonies for their favourite dance team and our panel of celebrity judges will pick the overall winning team from the 3 teams who receive the most loonies during the evening.”
The seven dance teams are:
- Amanda Keeley, Chris Spence and choreographer Grace Villanueva;
- Sherry Leeder, Christopher Coyea and choreographer Sarah Cushing;
- Jeanette Johnston, Chris Julien and choreographer Christina Edge;
- Leanne Lackey, Joe Smith and choreographer Grace Villanueva;
- Leah Davidson, Dr. Russ Brown and choreographer Katrina Burns;
- Tawnya Boileau, Dr. G. Sandhu and choreographer Karen MacNaull;
- Lianna Quinn, Neal Pedder and choreographer Alicia Jessup.
The celebrity judges are:
- Rob Andress, Trish Buote, Keith Clarke and Pamela Robertson.
The event emcees are:
- Bruce Wylie and Danielle Warren.
The Volunteer Centre of St. Lawrence-Rideau, a local non-profit supported by the United Way of Leeds Grenville, has supported volunteerism in local non-profits and community events for 35 years. Their programs and services create opportunities for members of our community to serve, to feel included as a valued contributor in our community and help better the lives of others. They focus on impacting Strong Communities through Community Engagement. The Volunteer Centre supports over 30 local non-profits and over 20 collaborative community partners.