Pam Brown, Director of Social Services for the Town of Enfield released the panel of judges for the Town’s 2nd Annual “Dancing with the Town” event. “Dancing with the Town” will be held on Saturday, February 8 at 7:00 p.m. at Fermi High School, North Maple Street, Enfield.
The official panel of judges include: Rich Tkacz, Owner of Rich’s Oil Service; Cindy Mangini, Enfield Town Council Member; David Potter, Owner, David Potter Dance Studio; State Representative David Kiner; Joyce Keating, Owner, Keating Real Estate; Carol Hall, Enfield Town Council Member and Kathy Krar. Participants will be judged on poise, confidence, timing/rhythm and appearance. Judges will select the three finalists and the audience will select the winner by voting at intermission.
Talented community members dancing in “Dancing with the Town” are Steve Bielenda, Town of Enfield Human Resource Director, Joyce Bolanos, Co-Host of VIVA Hartford; Matt Coppler, Enfield Town Manager, Jeff Golden, Enfield Police Captain; Kevin Fealy, Jr.; Former Enfield Board of Education Member; Maya Matthews, Secretary to the Town Manager; Eileen Michaels, Enfield Adult Education Teacher; Kathleen Sarno, Realtor and 2nd Vice Chair on Enfield Planning & Zoning Commission and Sheila Peruta, Human Services Committee Commissioner.
The event is being coordinated by the Town of Enfield Department of Social Services. Attendees will also have the opportunity to dance with the celebrities and professional dancers, as well as participate in a Silent Auction being coordinated by the Enfield Family Resource Center.
MassMutual is the Title Sponsors of the event. Tickets are $15.00 for adults, $10.00 for seniors and students and free to children 12 years old and under. Those wishing to attend the event can purchase tickets online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/enfields-second-annual-dancing-with-the-town-tickets-9895305124or at the Social Services Administration, 100 High Street, Family Resource Centers at the Hazardville Memorial School and Enfield Street School, Enfield Senior Center, Youth Services, Adult Day Center and Child Development Center. Proceeds from the event will support social services in the Town of Enfield For more information about the event, please call 860.253.6395.