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MAR 2013

City Social Magazine in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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7th Annual Dancing for Big Buddy Photos from 6th Annual Dancing with Big Buddy provided by Big Buddy "Dancing for Big Buddy," one of the most anticipated and talked about events in Baton Rouge, returns to the Pete Maravich Assembly Center on the LSU Campus on Saturday, April 27, 2013 from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. This gala fundraiser will feature prominent locals & dancers showing off the moves learned over the 6 weeks leading up to the show. Confirmed dancers for the evening include: Shelly Beal, Owner SB Wellness Group; Nikki Caldwell, Coach LSU Women's Basketball; Rosa Flores, Anchor/Reporter WBRZ-TV; Scott Kaiser, Attorney Phelps Dunbar; Heather Kleinpeter Savoy, Realtor Burns & Co.; Nan McCann, Principal Baton Rouge High School; Dr. Douglass & Kelli Mendoza, Physician Ochsner Medical Center; Michelle Pricer, Director of Constituent Relations, The Dunham School; Ob Soonthornsima, Chief Information Officer Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana; Ralph Stephens, CPA Postlethwaite & Netterville; Wayne P. Talbot, Director of Fine Arts East Baton Rouge Parish School System; John Tyler, Attorney Tyler & Possa, Jim Urdiales Owner Mestizo Restaurant, and Dr. Ann Zelditz, Physician. WBRZ anchors Sylvia Weatherspoon and John Pastorek will host the festivities. Those wishing to be close to the action may purchase seats at a table on the floor for $250 each. Each table seats ten (10). Floor seats will go on sale to the general public on February 1, 2013 and may be purchased by calling the Big Buddy office at 225-388-9737. General admission balcony tickets for the event are $10 and can be purchased at the LSU Assembly Center box office or on-line at www.bigbuddyprogram.org. Event sponsorships are available by calling 225-388-9737. The Big Buddy Program is a local nonprofit (501(c)(3)) youth services agency that provides positive role models and quality learning experiences to over 1,000 disadvantaged youth weekly. For over 30 years the Big Buddy Program has provided children and youth with positive adult role models through the Big Buddy/Little Buddy mentoring programs; character education and leadership sessions; after school programs, holiday camps and summer enrichment programs; teen programs, and literacy skills. Read us online at www.citysocial.com 23

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