Page Curtis, one of ten star dancers in this season’s 5th Annual Dancing with Vero’s Stars, benefiting the Indian River County Healthy Start Coalition and Riverside Theatre, volunteered her time to help raise funds for a mammogram screening program offered by Treasure Coast Community Health (TCCH).
From a booth at the monthly Oceanside Business Association’s street party, Page and two dozen other volunteers sold raffle tickets for a variety of prizes while nearly 200 people adopted ducks that will participate in the Great Duck Derby in May with one lucky winner receiving a $2,500 cash prize. The proceeds will benefit the Women’s Healthcare Safety Net Fund which underwrites the cost for screening mammograms, diagnostic mammograms, breast ultrasounds, and needle biopsies when necessary, for tens of women who simply do not have the resources to be screened.
Come watch Page dance with her partner Barry Trammell. Tickets for Dancing with Vero’s Stars, to be held at Riverside Theatre on Saturday evening May 11, are now on sale at $200 for Exclusive seating, $150 for Premium seating and $100 for General seating. They may be purchased by visiting the Riverside Theatre Box Office in person, calling the Riverside Theatre Box Office directly at 772-231-6990, or visit www.Dancingwithverostars.com.
Photo and Caption: Participating in the Treasure Coast Community Health Raffle and Great Duck Derby adoption, from their booth at the Oceanside party were: (left to right) Steve Dorrance (Executive Director of TCCH Foundation), Michelle Knight (Seacoast National Bank), Dr. Robert Rappell (Director of TCCH), Page Curtis, Brian King (COO of TCCH) and Seacoast volunteer Tina Bennett.