Dancing Stars of Georgia a Huge Success!

Thanks to all of the support of our community, all of our Dancing Stars events in Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Dalton, Central Georgia, and Savannah raised a total of

1.3 MILLION DOLLARS!

Thank you, thank you, thank you to all of our phenomenal dancers who raised the money that will help us serve the people of Georgia dealing with Alzheimer’s disease. A special thanks to Sandra Fryhofer M.D and Duvall Fuqua from Dancing Stars of Atlanta. Duvall raised the most of ANY Dancing Star in the HISTORY of this event- $145,601! Sandra was always neck-in-neck with Duvall, and has raised the second most in this events history – $130,666!

Also a BIG thank you to anyone who supported Dancing Stars, this is the first year this event happened in Central Georgia, Coastal Georgia, and Dalton, and they were all HUGE successes!

ImageDancing Stars of Augusta’s Monty Jones, Jr. gets down at Dancing Stars of Augusta!


ImageThe entire cast of Dancing Stars of Central Georgia came together to make the most successful FIRST YEAR in Dancing Stars history – $210,000 raised!

ImageDancing Stars of Dalton proved that even in a tough economy the community can do great things! Here, Lynn Infanger dances in the fight against Alzheimer’s!

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Mitchell Barnes of Carter Barnes did a phenomenal job dancing AND raising over 50K for the Alzheimer’s Association Georgia Chapter!

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Dancing Stars of Columbus People Choice Winners Ross Cathy and Michelle Rogers with the coveted Mirror Ball trophies!

We at the Alzheimer’s Association could not be more pleased with the success of this event. It is truly inspiring to see the entire state come together and BLOW our $1 Million Dollar goal out of the water! We cannot wait to see what Dancing Stars 2013 has in store!

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