Kudos & Kindness: Tahoe Arts Project says thank you
Tahoe Arts Project would like to extend a tremendous thank you to our Dancing with the Tahoe Stars participants and to the community for making our fundraiser such an enormous success. The event was lively and entertaining and the audience was amazing! The funds raised will enable TAP to continue to bring professional performing arts into the schools and community of South Lake Tahoe. A huge thank you goes to the 10 couples that put so much time and energy into dancing: Iris Kamm and Gustavo Velasco, Michelle Ludiker and Wolfgang Reichstine, Kelly Shanahan and Rainer Herm, Mandi Weavil and Gerzon Chaves, Lindsay Wines and Bob Truesdale, Jerry Bindel and Angela Smith, Travis Cabral and Rebecca Lincoln, Zion Finck and Rhonda Keen, David Greco and Angela Zajic, and Chad Houck and Robyn Lindner. You were all incredible!
First place went to Weavil and Chaves dancing the Cumbia. Second went to Finck and Keen dancing Broadway, and third went to Houck and Lindner dancing swing. The event wouldn’t have been complete without our illustrious judges Don Bosson, Paul Middlebrook and Marcia Sarosik.
We had wonderful entertainment provided by Marcia Sarosik Dance Studio and The Academy of Dance Arts. The opening number was performed by previous “Tahoe Stars.” Thank you to MontBleu and their crew for hosting the event and to Dreu Murin and his team for producing such an unforgettable show.
See you in 2017!
Executive Director, Tahoe Arts Project
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