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Amount raised for Relay for Life of Warren County:  $13,727


Elaine Lawson - event organizer

Jason Hills - stage director

Lana Whitlock - house manager

Bernadette Doud - emcee

David Simpson - auctioneer

Rob Nunley - sound mixer

Kevin Roberts - chief lighting technician

Darryl Curtis - video production

Tisha Emberton - photographer

Kristi Judkins - accounting

Marlene Delong - American Cancer Society Representative

House Assistants: Mary Walker, Inez Nunley, Karagen Hillis, Shelby Whitlock

Concessions: Rachel Myers, Cheyenne Knowles, Janice Kennamer, Lorna Kester


Park Theater

Poetic 9 Productions

Mobile Music Unlimited DJ & Karaoke Service
Peg Broadcasting

all those who donated food items for concessions

all those who donated auction items

          Gold Level Sponsors          








Event Photos

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Poetic 9 Productions
Tisha Emberton
These photos are also included in the Google photo album listed above.

Production Credits

Full Show in HD

Sony Cam With View With Audience

Webcam Live Stream Recording of the Show [lower quality]

David and Caitlyn Taylor

posted Oct 25, 2016, 4:56 AM by Darryl Curtis   [ updated Nov 28, 2016, 6:54 PM ]

Caitlyn had always dreamed of taking dancing lessons and the opportunity presented itself as the couple prepared for their wedding last month. She asked David if he would be willing to do something a little different for their first dance and luckily he was a good sport and agreed! Even though they have only been dancing for a short time the couple thoroughly enjoys every minute they spend spinning around the dance floor. They will be recreating their first dance to share with all of you! Prepare for a good mix of dazzle and comedy! They are dancing to honor two hard fighting survivors, David's grandfather William Dobbins and Caitlyn's mother Tammy Gillentine Hall.

Song: Ain't That A Kick In the Head by Dean Martin

Kenzie Hall & David Taylor - People's Choice Award

posted Oct 22, 2016, 7:18 AM by Darryl Curtis   [ updated Nov 28, 2016, 6:55 PM ]

Kenzie has danced almost from the time she could first walk. And as you might notice, Kenzie, was born with Down Syndrome. A situation that hasn’t defined her lifestyle in any way.

Even though she has always had a love for dance. Kenzie has only been taking dance lessons for the past three years. The renowned Ms. California, aka Lori Christensen, of WCHS and Cannon Arts Dance Studio, “ told” me when Kenzie graduated high school that, “Kenzie is coming to dance with me at the studio.” And dance she has. Jazz, hip hop, and ballet. We have been blessed with amazing instructors that celebrate Kenzie’s uniqueness, poise, and inner hoochie, lol.

Anyway, Kenzie ask at Christmas for a magical “Dirty Dancing” summer! How to make that wish come true presented itself at her sister’s wedding. She was able to train with the swing club at TN. Tech this summer, and dance to ‘The Time of My Life” at the wedding =) Kenzie’s dance is in honor of two courageous women and their battle with breast cancer: Sue Allison, and Leslie Clark Hayes. Please vote and donate….

Song: Time of my Life by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes

HAWC (Helping Animals of Warren Co)

posted Oct 10, 2016, 4:57 PM by Darryl Curtis   [ updated Nov 28, 2016, 6:55 PM ]

Helping Animals of Warren County, or HAWC, is a 501C-3 organization with the purpose of uniting people and organizations in Warren Co. to help animals. A few of their members wanted to join Dancing with Our Stars to show that not only are people's lives affected by this horrid disease, but that animals lives are too.
The youngest member of HAWC is Miss Emma Cathcart. She is 10 yo & in 5th grade. She LOVES to dance, draw, & love on all of her animals!
Bonnie Morris is one of the older members of HAWC. She has a huge heart for all animals & loves working with all the rescues & Kast-Away Kitties sanctuary. She is a foster mom of one & has 2 grandsons.
Hollie Cox is the President of HAWC & is the mother of 2 dogs, a cat, a ferret, & current foster mom of one dog & 2 cats! She devotes her free time to anything animal related & enjoys spending time with her family.

Timeless Treasures - Grand Champion Award

posted Oct 4, 2016, 4:26 AM by Darryl Curtis   [ updated Nov 28, 2016, 6:57 PM ]

Timeless Treasures are a group of Senior Citizens who love to dance and have fun! They have traveled and danced at John Henry's Barn, Woodbury Senior Center, and The Warren County Fair. Participants are: Sandra Burger, Jim Smith, Edie Dykes, Judy Turner, Barbara Garrettson, and Mary Mullican
Song: Until the Dawn by Marvin Gaye

Robin Clark and Tammy Jones

posted Oct 4, 2016, 4:25 AM by Darryl Curtis   [ updated Nov 28, 2016, 6:56 PM ]

Robin Clark and Tammy Jones of McMinnville Jiu-Jitsu Academy are self-defense experts and dance students representing John Bassinger and Melanie Turner. They will perform a waltz in the spirit of the movie "Mr. And Mrs. Smith".

Ray Bishop

posted Oct 4, 2016, 4:24 AM by Darryl Curtis   [ updated Nov 28, 2016, 6:56 PM ]

Ray Bishop is currently working at Morrison Industries, and he is also the Boxing Fitness Instructor at the Civic Center. He attends Rolling Acres Brethren in Christ Church, sings and plays guitar there. He has recently just married Ashley Bishop. Ray is honored to be a contestant in this year’s Dancing with our Stars fundraiser and sing for such a good cause.
Song: No Longer Slaves by Bethel Music

Dean & Sara Northcutt

posted Oct 4, 2016, 4:23 AM by Darryl Curtis   [ updated Nov 28, 2016, 6:55 PM ]

Dean and Sara are not pros at dance----but they love to dance together. They have been married for 58 years and sweethearts since the 3rd grade! We are dancing for family and friends who have fought and are fighting this demon disease.

Song: What a wonderful world by Louis Armstrong

Victoria England & Blake Jenkins

posted Oct 4, 2016, 4:22 AM by Darryl Curtis   [ updated Nov 28, 2016, 6:57 PM ]

Victoria Faith England is the 19 year old daughter of Pam and Gary England. She a Freshman at Motlow State Community College. She received the honor of holding the Youth of the Year from the Noon Exchange. Tonight she is dancing with her partner Blake.

Blake Jenkins is the 21 year old son of Air Force Veterans Darrin and Mellissa Jenkins. He is the Vice President of the Phi Theta Kappa. Blake will graduate from Motlow with an Associate's Degree in justice and Sociology in May.

Victoria and Blake are representing Motlow. They are also dancing in memory of Haley Ann Taylor
And Chelsea Clark. 

Song: Enchanted Ballroom

Tammie Gribble

posted Oct 4, 2016, 4:21 AM by Darryl Curtis   [ updated Nov 28, 2016, 6:57 PM ]

Tammie Gribble is an employee of CHEER Mental Health Center. She serves as a prevention specialist and works with youth ages 9 - 18. She is married to Larry Gribble and has 1 daughter Mary Beth Gribble Morelli. I entered the contest through request from several friends. Several family members and friends have been through cancer or have lost their battle with cancer, this is my way of helping.

Song: Dueling Banjos

Commissioner Michael Shane Wilcher & Jeanne Pierce

posted Oct 4, 2016, 4:18 AM by Darryl Curtis   [ updated Nov 28, 2016, 6:54 PM ]

TEAM WILCHER/PIERCE is.... Warren County Commissioner Michael Shane Wilcher and Coffee County RN, Jeanne Pierce.

Pierce, a resident of coffee county, RN working in home health care with a passion for serving her patients meets resident of Warren County public servant, Wilcher, with a passion for serving his constituents… Who within 2 to 3 weeks of dating committed to a fundraiser two months away with the rare hopes that a relationship in today's society would last that long…

Blowup doll dance option not withstanding.... We have entered this competition to WIN!... but we need YOUR help. We promise to give our all in dance lessons and showmanship to benefit Relay for Life. We ask YOU to partner with us. We both are willing to make fools of ourselves if need be to entertain and support the cause. Please consider sponsoring TEAM WILCHER/PIERCE and be a part of something great! Thank you, ALL. Commissioner Michael Shane Wilcher 931-581-8416.

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