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In this case, the stars are people with a stellar record of community or military service, or both, and the pros are local dance teachers and performers.“Money is raised through a combination of voting, donating for your favorite dance team, ticket sales, general donations, sponsorships, concession sales and raffle tickets,” Mc Chesney explained.
“This year’s concessions include wine, beer, a variety of hot foods, made-to-order fresh donuts, cookies and other beverages.”Sonya Mc Vay-Straub — owner, head therapist and trainer at Fitness Rx, a sports medicine and rehabilitation clinic in Santa Rosa — rates star status for providing free use of her clinic to veterans since she opened her business four years ago.
Just the same, he’ll go onstage Saturday night at Santa Rosa’s Jackson Theater to compete in the third annual “Dancing with the Stars and Stripes” event and raise money to help veterans.
An Air Force Reserves chief master sergeant, whose active military duty included two stints in Afghanistan and one in Kurdistan, White, 52, considers himself one of the lucky veterans who was able to carry on with his life in more or less normal way.“Not everybody returns intact from military service,” White said.
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Fast forward to this coming Monday, April 25, on DWTS and there are some pretty tough dances that were assigned.
Both Anderson and Dvorak trace their passion for dancing back to a love of musical theater during their youth.The wife of a Marine combat veteran who fought in Iraq, she’s committed to the cause of helping vets.Cheerily summing up her dance experience as “zero,” Mc Vay-Straub, 34, expects to have a good time onstage and make an important point.“I think for me, being a young person in terms of taking care of our veterans, the issue is important today,” she said.Come back to CDL for all of you DWTS news, recaps and dances!What: “Dancing with the Stars and Stripes” When: p.m. Vote online for your favorite dance team at before the event, or in person at the event.
“Even though I came through it without major injury, I’ve seen things that most people don’t have to see.”During its first two years, “Dancing with the Stars and Stripes” grossed about $170,000 in support of the Veterans Resource Center of America, a Sonoma County nonprofit agency serving homeless and at-risk veterans, said the event’s manager, Barbara Mc Chesney.