Youth Emergency Services Presents Dance for a Chance
At Youth Emergency Services’ Dance for a Chance (www.yesomaha.org/dance) event, presented by C&A Industries, on Friday, August 4, local community leaders will step out onto the dance floor to raise money for homeless youth! Dance for a Chance pairs local community leaders with professional instructors to perform a short routine in front of a panel of judges and a crowd of YES supporters. This year’s event will take place at the Omaha Design Center, 1502 Cuming St, and will again include food, drinks, and silent auction.
2017 Dancers include: Shelley Callahan, Most Authentic Self; John W Ewing Jr., Douglas County Treasurer; Mike Maxey, C&A Industries; Heath Mello, Holland Children’s Institute & Movement; Mike Molacek, Guinns Irish Green Lawn and Landscape; Michelle Schrage, Business4Business; Rachel Tiller, Keller Williams Realty; Susan Thomas, Omaha Creative Institute; and Clyde Wilberger, The Harry A. Koch Co.
Youth Emergency Services (YES) has been providing critically-needed programs and resources to homeless and near homeless youth in Omaha for more than 40 years. YES operates a street outreach program, an emergency shelter, a transitional living program, and a maternity home to benefit homeless youth in our community. YES helped more than 2,000 youth find shelter, food, and other necessary support in 2015-16.
Visit www.yesomaha.org/dance to purchase tickets, vote for a dancer, or sponsor the event. For more information, please visit the event website or contact Ashley Flater at (402) 345-5187 / email@example.com.