The long-anticipated Dancing With the Burke Stars 2020 was held Saturday at CoMMA to a sold-out crowd. The fundraising competition included local contestants Ivy Johnson, Seth Hunt, Jennifer Foulides, Rhonda McNeely, Sandra Bennett, Casey Rogers and John White. After the local contestants competed, the crowd was treated to a variety of numbers from professional dancers, led by DWBS Executive Director Travis Stancil. Casey Rogers walked away with the Mirror Ball Trophy as overall winner, while Ivy Johnson won Best Dancer and Sandra Bennett won a trophy for Best Fundraiser, having collected more than $11,000 for her charity.
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