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Washington County Woman Dances for Laura’s Smile Foundation

Posted on: April 15, 2011

Dancer to Donate Funds to Laura’s Smile Foundation

Looking for something special to do for Mother’s Day weekend?

On Friday May 6th, Citizen Advocacy of Washington County will be holding a benefit called Dancing for a Difference from 5:30 pm to 11:00 pm at the Chandelier Ballroom in Hartford, WI. The benefit will feature a cash bar, sit-down dinner, music & dancing, a competitive performance and silent auctions.

Proceeds from this very special dance and auction will benefit Citizen Advocacy of Washington County, an independent, non-profit organization that creates and supports one-on-one relationships between community volunteers and persons with developmental disabilities. Part of the proceeds for the evening, (33%), will also be contributed to other nonprofits in Washington County.

Amanda Deppert will be competing in the dancing portion and she has chosen Laura’s Smile Foundation as her non-profit recipient!

Amanda says, “Choosing Laura’s Smile Foundation was an easy decision for me.  I grew up in West Bend and Laura David was in school just a few years behind me. I still recall hearing the news of Laura’s cancer. I have always been inspired by her courage, faith, and tenacity for life.  LSF carries on that inspiration in the work they do.  I am honored to dance on behalf of Laura and the LSF.”

If you are unable to attend but would still like to support a great cause, you can raise money by voting for Amanda Deppert ($10 per vote) online on their website by visiting her name under the “Dancers” page. For more information, visit this Link

Original post can be found on the Laura’s Smile Foundation Blog.

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