One dance competition. 10 celebrities. Countless kids will benefit.
Fragile Kids Foundation invites Atlanta residents to put on their dancing shoes and be a part of a cause that would benefit so many kids with disabilities. The event will take place on Saturday, Feb. 12, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. at the Foundry at Puritan Mill.
Local celebrities have been selected to take part in a friendly dance competition that is designed to benefit fragile children who need help medically across the state of Georgia. Some of the celebrities include: Chairwoman – Megan Gray, Food & Beverage Manager at St. Regis, Rene Miller with Jazz 91.9 WCLK; Georgia Lottery Spokesperson WSBTV Channel 2, Conn Jackson with ConnTV, Justin Anthony proprietor of 10Degrees South, Christine Pullara with Atlanta & Company, Vanessa Vinci with Vinci Design, Hal Nowak with Hal’s Restaurant, Matthew Gann with Allure Dance Studio, Andres Nunez with Andres Studios, Dr. Robert Harrison with CHOA, Isoul Harris , National Editor of 944 Magazine, Dr. Shay Hall proprietor of The Dental Spa, Amanda Brown, model and Director of Artist Trifecta Gallery, Kelsey Dick and Jamie Ratliff, Atlanta Falcons Cheerleaders, and Derek Rackley, NFL Alumni and Broadcaster, Scott Wachtell, General Manager, Bloomingdale’s Perimeter.
This annual event started 20 years ago, with the goal to be able to help these kids. The proceeds of the event will benefit children living with Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrpohy, severe genetic and traumatic disorders, Down Syndrome, and other conditions. Fragile Kids provides what these kids need to function properly in their daily lives. They are able to provide medical equipment such as bathing systems, ceiling lifts, van lifts, specialized strollers, and rehabilitative tools.
Tickets to the event are $125 each or $225 per couple. Buying of the ticket not only guarantees admission into the event, but it included a gourmet dinner, drinks, and plenty of dancing.