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Rome Celebrity Dance Challenge
Saturday from 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM EDT
The Rome Celebrity Dance Challenge is an annual fundraiser hosted and coordinated by the Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia. It supports the vital services that the center provides to survivors and their families. RCDC also supports the SACNWGA's outreach and prevention education programs.
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Cpt. Grant Collier of Rome/Floyd County Fire Department dancing with his wife, Hope Collier of Hair Fifth Avenue, with choreography assistance from Summer Fincher of Rome Civic Ballet
LaDonna Collins of the Rome Floyd County Commission on Children and Youth dancing with her husband, Eric Collins of the Rome Floyd Chamber, with choreography assistance from Kimberly Vaughn, Grambling University School Band dance instructor
Susie Franklin of Publix Pharmacy dancing with Vlad Rekun of Jones Dancesport Ballroom in Marietta, Ga.
Dr. Dixon Freeman, OB/GYN physician who practiced at Northwest Georgia Medical Clinic for over 20 years, dancing with Dicie Waters of The Dance Centre and Rome Middle School
Dr. Robersteen Howard of Harbin Clinic dancing with her husband, Dr. Kenneth Howard of Harbin Clinic, with choreography assistance from Kathy Baird of Baird Ballet
Billy Newby of Newby Farm & Vineyard dancing with Hannah Camacho of The Dance Centre and Baird Ballet
Charity Perez of Rock N Roll Sushi Rome GA dancing with Adolfo Chacon of the Rome-Floyd YMCA and Chacon Quality Paint
Dr. Henaro Sabino of Harbin Clinic dancing with Amanda DeWitt of Ideal Meals - A Meal Prep Service and Rome Athletic Club
Caleigh Schroeder of Schroeders New Deli dancing with Russell Evans of The UPS Store with choreography assistance from Maggie Grace Brinson of The Dance Centre
David Thornton of the Floyd County Sheriff's Office dancing with Lacey Lionetti of Coosa High School
Megan Treglown of the Downtown Development Authority dancing with Nicky Mann of Scott Logistics and Woodmann Creations
Mimi Weed of Mel & Mimi dancing with her daughter-in-law, Jackie Weed of West End Elementary School
Mission & History.
Mission Statement: To provide compassionate and confidential care, support, and advocacy to survivors of sexual assault, while promoting awareness and prevention in the communities we serve.
Founded in 1992, the Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia is a non-profit organization serving victims of all ages who have been affected by sexual assault, exploitation, and abuse. SACNWGA services are free, confidential, and most importantly 24/7. Our compassionate team provides advocacy, forensic medical services, counseling, education, and support to survivors and their families.
Like many nonprofits, the Sexual Assault Center of NWGA has experienced funding challenges over the past few years. These challenges came at a time when victim services programs are already stressed from an increased demand for services. Now more than ever, we need your support to continue providing 24/7 advocacy and forensic medical services 365 days each year.