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DANCING WITH THE RUTLAND STARS

Oct 6 2018

7:00 PM

Tickets on sale at the Paramount Box Office or online Saturday, September 1 at 10AM.

PLEASE TAKE SPECIAL NOTE:
Per the event organizers request, tickets become available online and at the Box Office simultaneously 9/1 @ 10AM. There is a 50 ticket per order limit.

Orchestra and Loge: $45
Balcony: $25

Don’t miss the 8th Annual Dancing with the Rutland Stars. It’s going to be bigger and better than last year with more surprises and fun in store. This special fundraising event benefits Kids on the Move and the Pediatric High-Tech program of the Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice of the Southwest Region.

This year’s “stars” are: Matt Cataldo, co-owner and partner of Carpenter & Costin; Gordon Dritschilo, staff writer at the Rutland Herald; Praveen Kesheva, MD, owner of Central Vermont Eye Care; Mike McClallen, attorney at McClallen & Associates; Jody McIntosh, MSN, RN, manager of Rutland Regional Medical Center’s Women’s & Children’s Unit; Andy Paluch, executive director of Come Alive Outside; Lisa Ryan, program manager of the Rutland County Community Justice Center at BROC Community Action.

Their professional dance pro partners are (in corresponding order): Tracy Tedesco, owner/instructor of Fitness Made Fun; Kylee Lawrence, owner and instructor at Studio 15; Sam Ho, BSN, RN, at Rutland Regional Medical Center ENT & Audiology and instructor at Cobra Gymnastics and Dance Center; Katrina Werbinski, physical therapist and instructor at Miss Lorraine’s School of Dance; William Kelley, founder and practitioner at Pyramid Holistic and Wellness Center; Sheila McCutcheon, assistant vice president, store manager of TD Bank in Manchester Center and instructor at Miss Jackie’s Studio of Dance; Adam King, account executive at Kinney Pike Insurance and instructor at Studio Fitness.

Professional partners will choreograph each dance and couples will perform before a panel of judges. Judges are Dave Correll, general manager at Best Western Inn & Suites Rutland-Killington; Bernadette Robin, marketing and business development director for the Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice of the Southwest Region; and Claus Bartenstein, P.E. Principle/Electrical Engineer, Engineering Services of Vermont

While the entertaining nature of the event is certainly a draw for the dancers, most are motivated to perform because of the important causes the event supports. All event proceeds benefit VNAHSR’s Kids on the Move and Pediatric High-Tech rehabilitation program. Kids on the Move serves children with genetic and developmental disorders, orthopaedic injuries and diseases, and developmental delays. Physical, occupational and speech language therapists work with children in the home. Pediatric High-Tech is a program for children who need specialized nursing care at home. By bringing health care to the homes of thousands of area residents and children, these programs ensure that their patients receive quality care and comfort in the familiar setting of their own homes.

Tickets will go on sale at the Paramount box office or online Saturday, September 1st at 10AM.

For more information about the event, please contact Patricia McDonald at 802.362.6511; email patricia.mcdonald@vnahsr.org; visit www.facebook.com/RutlandStars/.

*Vouchers are not redeemable for this event.*

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