Dancing with the town

Enfield - posted Mar, 22 2013

ENFIELD – Talented community members will be the “celebrity dancers” in the 1st annual Dancing With The Town event scheduled for Friday, April 5 at 7 p.m. at Fermi High School. Proceeds from the event will support social services in the Town of Enfield. The official panel of judges include: Dr. Martha McLeod, Asnuntuck Community College; Cindy Mangini, Enfield Town Council Member; David Potter, owner, David Potter Dance Studio; Tom Sirard, Enfield School Board Member and Diane Saia, Ms. Connecticut/Senior America. Participants will be judged on poise, confidence, timing/rhythm and appearance. Audience members will play a key role in selecting first, second and third place winners. Among those dancing in “Dancing with the Town” are Rich Tkacz of Rich’s Oil Service; Captain Fred Hall, Enfield Police Department; State Rep. David Kiner; Larry Dube, Educational Resources for Children after-school program; Kate Faherty, family resource center; Karen Dardanelli, Asnuntuck Community College; Carol Hall, Enfield Town Council; Bonnie Mazzoli, elementary school principal; Yvette Santiesteban, high school vice principal; and Janice Cerrato, elementary school teacher. The event is being coordinated by the Town of Enfield Department of Social Services. Professional dance instructors are Gina Rosati, Rob McGurn, Jessica Makowski and John Nolan who are affiliated with Ballroom Fever Dance Studio in Enfield. USA Hauling and MassMutual are the Title Sponsors of the event. Additional sponsorship opportunities are available and range from $1,000 to $50. Tickets are $12 for adults; $6 for children; and admission is free for children under 5-years old. Tickets are available at Social Services Administration, 100 High Street; Family Resource Center at Hazardville Memorial School and Enfield Street School; the Senior Center; Youth Services, Adult Day Center and Child Development Center. For more information about the event, please call 860.253.6395.

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