CEDAR CITY — The Iron County Children’s Justice Center, a nonprofit organization that works with abused children, will host a “Dancing With Your Community Stars” event on Saturday at the Heritage Center Theater, 105 N. 100 East in Cedar City.
Community members including Mayor Maile Wilson, Rotary Club President Dolly Trujillo-Wearn, Cedar City Police Sgt. Dave Evans, Hoefling, Wayment & Marchant Attorney Justin Wayment, County Assessor Cindy Bulloch, and Farmers Insurance Agent Jesse Robinson will be among those performing dance routines with chosen SUU Ballroom Dance Company students.
“Family fun with lots of laughs,” Children’s Justice Center Director Stephanie Furnival said in a press release. “The audience gets to vote for their favorite ‘STAR’ and you can $$$$ BUY$$$$ votes (like mulligans in golf) if you really want someone to bring home the blingy shine bright like a diamond disco ball trophy. Our AMAZING Judges can be easily bribed with flaming hot cheetos, art supplies, shoes, or anything else of value.”
Dancing with your Community Stars begins at 7:30 p.m., and admission will be $15 per person or $50 for a family of four.
If you are unable to make it that Saturday, the Children’s Justice Center encourages you to donate your purchased tickets to someone who can use them or to any service-providing agency such as your local law enforcement, child protective services, service men and women, health care providers, and so forth. We would be happy to assist you with it.
- When: Saturday, Sept. 20, at 7:30 p.m.
- Where: Heritage Center Theater, 105 N. 100 East in Cedar City
- Tickets: $15 per person or $50 for a family of four | Buy from any of the dancing stars, advisory board members, friends of board member, at the Heritage Center Theater Box Office, and the Children’s Justice Center, 545 S. 225 East in Cedar City, or by contacting the center’s director, Stephanie Furnival (see below)
- Contact: Stephanie Furnival at the Iron County Children’s Justice Center | Telephone 435-867-4275 | Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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