Ruby Lee Lancaster has accepted the challenge to represent Houston in the annual Dance Like the Stars event that benefits Boys and Girls Clubs of North Mississippi.
Lancaster is currently in training and learning the routine she will perform at the gala event Aug. 24 at the BancorpSouth Arena in Tupelo. She will join 11 other dancers to be judged for best technical performance, audience favorite and most money raised to benefit BGCNMS.
Tickets to the event are $50 per person for dinner and dance and $20 per person to view the dance competition.
Donations are being accepted as part of the fundraising event. Any donations made specifically in Lancaster’s name will go directly to the Houston Boys and Girls Club. Donations not specified will benefit Boys and Girls Clubs of North Mississippi as a whole.
The annual Dance Like the Stars event was creatred in 2006 and more than 70 community members from Tupelo, Houston, Oxford, Ripley and New Albany have volunteered their time and energy to assist the BGCNMS. Volunteers partner with a professional dancer from the Dance Studio in Tupelo and solicit donations for the area clubs to assist with programs in character development, leadership, physical education and the arts.
For ticket information, call 841-6504, ext. 4 or go to www.bgcnms.org.
To make an individual donation, see Lancaster at Salon III in Houston or call 456-9571.
Lancaster to dance for Houston BGC
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