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Sensible Concrete Joins Dancing With The Stars!

Some fun news from Sensible Concrete to look forward to – our very own Amy Williams will be competing in the Sevier County United Way Dancing With The Stars for 2021! The United Way brings together local Dancing With The Stars competitions as a fundraising event for their many community outreach programs across the United States and Sensible Concrete is proud to become part of their 2021 community planning for Sevier County.

From the United Way Facebook page:
“Last night at our Dancing with the Stars Reveal Party we revealed our 2021 Cast of Stars! Meet (L-R) Keener Shanton & Dr. Kristin Reilly, Charles Ottolini & Robin Reagan, Robert Tino & Nancy Rader, Montay Calloway & Amy Williams, Dr. AJ Bennett & Amanda Marr, and Lucas Harkleroad & Megan McClure. We can’t thank these wonderful individuals enough for stepping up and committing to working hard to hone their dance skills while raising funds to support United Way over the next six months. Please join us in giving them a round of applause and support.”

And more information on the Sevier County United Way from their website:
“Like United Ways throughout the United States, we fight for the health, education and financial stability of every person in our community. The United Way of Sevier County has served its citizens since 1984, raising funds through our annual and workplace campaigns,support from local businesses and individuals, and events throughout the year.Our goal is to create lasting changes in our community by addressing the root causes of Sevier County’s problems. Together, we can accomplish more than any single group can on its own.”