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Dancing for a CauseThe mirrorball trophy looking so fabulous in its new home!

Dancing for a Cause is a collaborative annual event designed to strengthen community support for three local human service agencies: Alliance for Literacy, Center Point, and
Rape Response.

On Saturday, August 24, 2019, ten local celebrities will be getting their groove thing on and performing a variety of dance styles that will blow your mind. Each dancer will receive ten hours of instruction and will be ready to perform in front of locally renowned judges and you.

Dancing for a Cause partnered with the North Georgia Community Foundation to facilitate tax-deductible donations in support of this event.

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Please go to the following website: 
https://dancehallcounty.com/celebrity-view/michael-reins/

and Vote/Donate for Michael Reins

Thank you for VOTING for
LEAH LONG and MICHAEL REINS
We appreciate your support!

* Donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent provided by law. Please note that individual donations less than $250 will not receive an acknowledgement letter. In the case of donations less than $250, it is advised that you keep your transaction receipt (should you need proof of your contribution). Donations that exceed $250 will receive an acknowledgement letter from the North Georgia Community Foundation, per IRS polices.

 

Michael has local roots dating back to the mid-1800s, with immediate and extended family still here today. He is a GHS graduate and earned a BBA at
Georgia State University and MA in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology at John F. Kennedy University. His son Byron is a graduate student at Stanford University. Michael’s romance with dancing began at Mary Dobbs’ Dance Studio in the 7th grade and his feet have not slowed since.

“I’m what is known as a natural. I think you’re going to like what you see . . . so vote for me!”