This year’s show will celebrate Broadway!
Tickets go on sale in late February for the 2020 edition of Dancing with the Cherry Hill Stars, which will be held on Sunday, June 7, at 7 pm, in the auditorium at Cherry Hill High School West.
The event is presented by the Cherry Hill Education Foundation, an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds to support innovative educational initiatives for students in the Cherry Hill Public Schools. Now in its 13th year, the show is the Foundation’s signature fundraising event.
This year’s theme is “Broadway.”
This year’s dancing couples are:
- Andi Blizzard and David Lyon
- Jon Cohen and Lisa Balfour Silver
- Laurie Peterson Faust and Jodi Raditz
- Lisa Goldwasser and Jason Fazio
- Ben Landsburg and Allie Schwarz
- Amy Leis and Tommy Radon
- Dana Levy and Karen Roorda
- Ava Bella Mattioli and Jaiden Watkins
- Sharyn McTaggart and Craig Lomax
- Tavit Murray and Julia Reese
- Joy Patterson and Rebekah Gross
- Paula Pennington and Chris Harding
- Colleen Rubini and Joe DeMarco
The couple with the highest fundraising total will win the coveted first place trophy. Supporters can vote online prior to the show (online voting is underway; click HERE) or in person at the event. One dollar equals one vote. In addition, a panel of judges will present awards for Best Overall Performance, Best Technical Performance, and Most Creative Performance.
Ticket sales will begin in late February. Tickets are $25 each ($15 for students and senior citizens 55 and over). All seats are reserved.
Since late 2007, the Foundation has raised more than $1,200,000 in grant funding and donations to support educational programming throughout the Cherry Hill School District. Grant requests are submitted each year by teachers and administrators. Funded grants have ranged from Smart boards, iPads, Chromebooks, and other technology requests to books for classroom and school libraries to climbing walls and outdoor playground equipment.
The Foundation has supported more than 370 grant requests and also provides annual support for the district’s Academic Recognition Banquet, Project Graduation, and Freshmen Orientation events. In addition, CHEF solicits funding support from area businesses and foundations for programs such as the Mt. Misery environmental education program for the district’s 6th graders. For a list of grants funded by the Foundation, please visit our grants page HERE.