Sheraton celebrity dancers announced

Red Deer event to support Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre and the Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre

  • Nov. 7, 2016 4:05 p.m.

The dancers for the Sheraton Celebrity Dance Off have been revealed.

Eight community leaders will step onto the dance floor in support of Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre (CACAC) and Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre (CASASC).

The dancers include former NHL player Sheldon Kennedy, as well as Rollie Cyr and Jodie Schreiner, who are leaders in Calgary’s sports world.

Local dancers include Colleen Manning, owner and manager of Studio Pilates, Dustin Snider, manger of Earls Red Deer, Jesse Wallin, former NHL player, Karen Goranson, CACAC board member and Sherri Ryckman, district manager for Central Alberta at The Co-operators.

Christine Moore, co-chair of the 2017 event says, “We are delighted to partner with the CACAC and CASASC. This innovative partnership honours CASASC 30-year long history of service to our community and welcomes the groundbreaking vision that CACAC brings to our region. This collaboration embodies the spirit of the Sheraton Celebrity Dance Off in so many ways. A vision of building community by intentionally working together for the good of all.

“The Sheraton Celebrity Dance Off has evolved into a celebrated community builder. It brings together the professional dance community, community leaders, the business community, and many talented volunteers. And once again, eight community leaders are willing to step out of their comfort zone to make a real difference in the live of others.”

The Sheraton Celebrity Dance Off 2017 will take place on April 7th at the Sheraton Red Deer Hotel. Tickets will go on sale on Jan. 23rd.

– Fawcett

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