MHS Dancing With Our Stars heats up
MHS dancers prepare local "stars" for competition
Since the beginning of December, local Mukwonago "stars" have been practicing three days a week, preparing for the Mukwonago High School pom and dance team's fourth annual Dancing With Our Stars on Saturday, Jan. 5 at Mukwonago High School. After the dance team's normal practice, the dancers worked with this year's stars, consisting of firefighters, police officers, athletic coaches, a Chamber board member, a business owner and the 2012 prom king, all from Mukwonago.
Step by step, choreographing a dance routine and teaching each piece to their partner, 10 MHS dancers prepare for the final dance off to determine the best dance team. The evening, which sold out in three days, consists of a spaghetti dinner, silent auction, raffles and the 'dance off' show.
The Dancing With Our Stars 2013 lineup includes: Stephanie Nicoson and Dale Quakkelaar, Megan Schedlbauer and Mike Weis, McKenzie Madden and Brad DeGrow, Maggie Schmidt and Nick Nelson, Chelsea Machajewski and Steve Frank, Catie Stanzer and Rob Kreiser, Brittany Carpenter and Levi Leppin, Brenna Schmid and Clay Iverson, Ashley Schubel and Pat Hitt, and Alyssa Zidar and Scott Babinat .
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