Greeneville, TN – This June, Tracy Solomon (TEVET Founder and CEO) will be a star! A dancing Tri-Cities star to be exact. Tracy is participating in Dancing with the Tri-Cities Stars fundraiser and annual benefit. All proceeds from donations, ticket sales, sponsorships, advertisements, and auctions go to SteppenStone Youth Treatment Services.
SteppenStone is a non-profit organization that provides services to adolescent males who have experience significant trauma, abuse, and neglect. Services include year-round residential treatment, counseling, fully accredited learning center, foster care, and adoption.
The Dancing with the Tri-Cities Stars organization is an year-long commitment. Community leaders participate with professional dancers partners. Music is chosen; routines are learned; competition is held. But the dancing is only part of the commitment. Competitors are also tasked with fundraising, finding sponsors, and providing items or services for the auctions throughout the year. All efforts are made in order to raise awareness and funds for the youth at SteppenStone.
Good luck Tracy! Tickets and donations are still available!
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