October 2010

Dancing With The Stars - Hilton Head Style!

Author: Special To C2 Magazine | Photographer: Mark Staff

WHEN: October 10, 2010
WHERE: The Westin Resort
TIME: 6-11PM
WHAT: An evening of dinner, dancing and live entertainment by Deas Guyz
TO BENEFIT: STRIVE TO EXCEL
TICKETS: $100
CALL 843-689-4982 FOR TICKETS

Strive to Excel has paired local “celebrities” with the professional dancers from the Fred Astaire Dance Studio (Sandro Virag, Armando Aseneta, Lauren Hurley and Attila Malaczko) to put on a Dancing With The Stars competition live during the evening.

Participating local celebrities include Molly O. Smith (Bluffton Boys and Girls Club), Arleda James (WSAV), Robin Swift (The Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn), Lisa Sulka (Bluffton Mayor), Blanche Sullivan (Urnge), Mary Amonitti (Candidate for Town Council), Eddie Days (FedEx), Ray Deal (The Hilton Head-Bluffton Camber of Commerce) and Maggie Washo (CH2).

WHAT IS STRIVE TO EXCEL?

Strive to Excel, Inc. is a non-profit organization committed to serving as an educational facilitation system to enhance self-esteem, provide academic enrichment, and develop social skills in a diverse setting that will prepare students and their families to make informed decisions about post-secondary life and career choices.

The Strive to Excel Organization is proud to share with our Lowcountry community that as we enter into our 11th year of being in the business of selling “hope” to our Lowcountry youth, we have given nearly $350,000 scholarship dollars to our graduating senior members.  It is our hope that as we have nurtured them throughout their school years that they stay on a successful path as they enter their post-secondary educational career.

It is fundraisers like this (Dancing with the local Stars) that help us raise these much needed scholarship dollars for our senior members.   We are most appreciative and grateful for our dedicated community’s support and the support of our parents, our board, our mentors, and the faculty and staff at all of our Lowcountry public schools who embrace us and support our mission.


PICTURED (left to right): Cinda Seamon, Sandro Virag, Blanche Sullivan, Attila Malaczko, Robin Swift, Molly O. Smith, and Armando Aseneta.

  1. I think this is a great idea. Too bad I am not in it since I might win. Hello Morgan.


    — brendan ford    Oct 7, 02:48 pm   

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