The fifth annual Dare to Dance, featuring local celebrities paired with professional dancing instructors, will be Oct. 13. The event will be raising money for patients suffering from kidney disease within the greater Chattanooga community.
Doors will open at 6 p.m. with performances beginning at 7:30 p.m. Attendees and local judges will be entertained by some of the smoothest and vivacious moves and have the opportunity to vote for their favorite. The evening will conclude with the grand reveal of the Dare to Dance 2012 Grand Champion, which kicks off the after-party.
2012 Dare to Dance dancers include:
Donna Elle, 96.1 The Beat Radio & WRCB Channel 3 & Daniel Lineberger of Dance Studio 125
Tami Crawford, Community Philanthropist & Denny Lennon of Chattanooga DanceSport
Dreanne Newton, WDEF Channel 12 & Nelson Rodriguez of Nelrod Studios
Blair Bennington-Cannon, Leitner Williams Dooley & Napolitan Law Firm & Mark Franklin of Dance Studio 125
Jason Disharoon, WTVC News Channel 9 & Rhonda Tinsley of Chattanooga DanceSport
Ken Nicholson, WRCB Channel 3 & Natalie Duke-Honkonen of Nelrod Studios
Tiffanie Robinson, River City Company & Casey Haywood of Fred Astaire Dance Studio
Dennis Clark, Tennessee Temple University & Tammy Harrelson of Dance Studio 125
Melissa Turner, US101 Radio & Kyle Barels of Fred Astaire Dance Studio
Harry Hawkins, Chattanooga State Community College & TIsh Deal, Independent Professional Dancer
Vote now for your favorite dancer at www.daretodance2012.com or call 423 265-4397. All proceeds will benefit The Kidney Foundation of the Greater Chattanooga Area. Programs serve individuals and families within Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama. The mission of The Kidney Foundation of the Greater Chattanooga Area is to provide help and education to those afflicted by kidney disease with a vision to be the leading resource of kidney related support in the greater Chattanooga area including: patient assistance, education, awareness, and prevention that will improve the community’s quality of life.