Charlotte Terry is one of ten star dancers in this season’s 4th Annual Dancing with Vero’s Stars, benefiting the Indian River County Healthy Start Coalition, to be held the evening of Saturday, March 10 at The Waxlax Center at Saint Edward’s School in Vero Beach. Terry is also the Board President of the Laura (Riding) Jackson Foundation and Advisory Board member of the Vero Beach based non-profit Haiti Partners where she is helping to organize two fundraising events for the organizations.
Terry is one of a group visiting Haiti to purchase Haiti art for a February 10th Silent Auction and Dinner at the Community Church in Vero Beach, a fundraiser for education in Haiti. Following that event, Terry is helping to organize an event at The Emerson Center for March 24 at 4:00 p.m. The Laura (Riding) Jackson Foundation and Haiti Partners will present words of new hope for Haiti through the voices of renowned author and Haitian expert, Edwidge Danticat, and local author Kent Annan. A reception to meet the authors, purchase books and Haitian arts and crafts will follow. The event will be sponsored by the Laura (Riding) Jackson Foundation in partnership with Haiti Partners and the Emerson Center.
For more information on Dancing with Vero’s Stars, to vote and donate, visit www.dancingwithverostars.com. For information about the Haiti Dinner or the Emerson Center Author event, contact 772-539-8521 or visit www.haitipartners.org.
Charlotte Terry and Jonathan Chan (second from left) recently visited the Emerson Center to plan the Haiti Author event. Joining them were Don Croteau (far right) of the Emerson Center and Charlotte’s brother, actor (most recently of ABC’s hit series Lost) John Terry.