Loveland chamber to host regional dancing competition

LOVELAND — The Loveland Chamber of Commerce will host the Northern Colorado Regional Dancing with the Stars competition with money raised to be directed toward economic development efforts in the region.

The event will be 6 p.m. June 29 at the Embassy Suites by Hilton in Loveland. The event is a black-tie affair with dinner, silent auction, live auction and dancing.  Sponsorship opportunities are available and tickets can be purchased at the Loveland Chamber of Commerce for $80 per person.

Mindy McCloughan, president of the Loveland chamber, said the event will feature four NoCo celebrities, each of whom will be paired with a professional dancer to prepare for the event. Participants are: Rep. Perry Buck, R-District 49; Dave Clark, Loveland city council member; Yvonne Myers, health systems director for Columbine Health Systems; and Roy Otto, Greeley city manager.

Each dancer will perform two choreographed routines (Latin and Smooth, each 1½  to 2 minutes long) throughout the evening. The professionals will collaborate for a group performance. Leading up to the event, each dancer will spend 25 hours on instruction and choreography.

LOVELAND — The Loveland Chamber of Commerce will host the Northern Colorado Regional Dancing with the Stars competition with money raised to be directed toward economic development efforts in the region.

The event will be 6 p.m. June 29 at the Embassy Suites by Hilton in Loveland. The event is a black-tie affair with dinner, silent auction, live auction and dancing.  Sponsorship opportunities are available and tickets can be purchased at the Loveland Chamber of Commerce for $80 per person.

Mindy McCloughan, president of the Loveland chamber, said the event will feature four NoCo celebrities, each of whom will be paired with a professional dancer to prepare for the event. Participants are: Rep. Perry Buck, R-District 49; Dave Clark, Loveland city council member; Yvonne Myers, health systems director for Columbine Health Systems; and Roy Otto, Greeley city manager.

Each dancer will perform two choreographed routines (Latin and Smooth, each 1½  to 2 minutes long) throughout the evening. The professionals will collaborate for a group performance. Leading up to the event, each dancer will spend 25 hours on instruction and choreography.