Check out Stacy Richards, President/COO, burnham richards, perfecting her samba for Dancing with the Stars for the American Red Cross Lakeland Chapter.
Like what you see? Than “VOTE” for Stacy. Support her while supporting your local Red Cross. All “votes”* will be counted toward your chosen star to help them earn the coveted Mirror Ball Fundraising Trophy given away the night of the event.
What does it cost to help?
- $52 1 week of food for 1 person
- $130 Emergency clothing and shoes for 1 adult
- $294 6 days of emergency lodging at an area hotel
- $650 1 dialysis client gets to treatment three times per week for a Year due to our Transportation Services
- $25 Food for a family of four for one day in a shelter
The American Red Cross is not a government agency. As such, it relies on charitable contributions to fulfill its mission. Please support your American Red Cross Lakeland Chapter. Ninety-one (91) cents of every dollar donated to the organization goes to delivering programs and services
We will have to ask Katie and Maino if Murphy is showing them any of his sweet moves or dancing in the studio? Check out these videos where he is feeling the rhythm!
We caught up with Dean, his wife Julie and daughter Grace at his last dance lesson. It is so great to see not only our stars turning into “dancers” but also sharing this experience with their families. This fundraiser for the American Red Cross Lakeland Chapter is about raising needed funds for program and services – but it also creates life long friends and supporters of the organization!
Along with the hard work, time and energy are stars are putting in, we have plenty of laughs along the way! Check out this Facebook post from Dean’s wife Julie —- You know we have all tried this before 🙂
Julie Lindsley Okay, I was doing a spin move during the actual show Dancing with the Stars on the tile floor, my shoes were a little slippery and I fell directly on my tailbone. No breaking the fall. Didn’t think I was getting up. Dean just looked at me and said What are you doing? We all laughed, but I am thinking I am going to be really sore tomorr…ow. It would have made a great Funniest Home Video.
Northeast Wisconsin has now been able to get their first look and read a little bit about our 10 “Star Dancers” who will be putting themselves out there in learning to dance and perform to raise money for the Dancing with the Stars for the American Red Cross fundraiser! Let’s hear from them in their own words on how things are going!
Posted by Kathryn Bracho on her Facebook Wall: “So, I’m supposed to be graceful for this Dancing with the Stars thing, and what do I do yesterday? In the office of my awesome teacher, Janet at DanceSport, I turned too quickly and knocked her decorative glass bowl onto the floor, breaking it. Whoops.” 😦
**** side note: Kathryn was not dancing at the time, just booking her next lesson. From looking at the video I say she is pretty graceful!