Dancing is fun, but in front of hundreds?

January 30, 2014

David Conradt and Audrey Daniels

They're the disco duo who will represent Mercy Health Foundation at the Fort Scott Rotary’s Fourth Annual Dancing with our Stars on February 15 at the Danny and Willa Ellis Family Fine Arts Center at FSCC.

David Conradt and Audrey Daniels will strut their stuff to “Take a Chance on Me” by ABBA to raise money to benefit the telemedicine initiative at Mercy Hospital.

This pair is dynamic: Conradt, an experienced dancer, has competed in the Heart of America Dance Championship, and Daniels has a stage presence that will mesmerize the audience.

Ten couples will participate in this year’s event, each choosing a charity or agency to represent. Proceeds are raised for the various charities by “votes” (monetary donations) from the audience for their favorite dancers at the event. At the end of the performance, the couple with the most “votes” collected will be named with “People’s Choice” award.

The pair is encouraged to raise money prior to the event. Any funds (votes) collected before February 15 will be calculated in the total for the “People’s Choice” award.

If you would like to support David, Audrey, and the Mercy telemedicine initiative, make a contribution athttps://secure3.4agoodcause.com/mercy-health-foundation-fort-scott/donat... or drop a cash donation in the box located in the Marketing and Philanthropy office just off the main lobby.

Learn more and how past Mercy representatives have fared at: http://www.mercy.net/newsroom/2014-01-20/mercy-co-workers-compete-in-for...

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