Ballet Nebraska dancer Tasha Grimm performs at Dance for a Chance 2012

PICTURED ABOVE: Tasha Grimm and her original partner, Mayor of Omaha Jim Suttle.

UPDATE: City of Omaha Chief Service Officer, Craig Howell has graciously offered to fill in for Mayor Suttle who is resting back in Omaha after falling ill during a recent economic meeting in Dublin, Ireland. Get well soon, Mayor!
The fourth annual “Dance for a Chance – Giving Homeless Youth a Chance through Dance” will be held on Saturday, August 18 at VJ and Angela Skutt High at 6:30 p.m.
American Midwest Ballet company dancer Natasha Grimm  and her partner Mayor Jim Suttle – along with other local ‘celebrity’ pairs – will exhibit their dancing skills in a competition for a wonderful cause benefiting Youth Emergency Services (YES).
A silent auction and raffle round out this night to remember.  What a great opportunity to support the cause of helping homeless youth and watch a fun night of dance.
Ticket info:
Youth Emergency Services
(402) 345-5187 or

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