South Oakland Shelter to host 5th annual signature charity event

Published On: Nov 20 2013 06:35:18 PM EST

South Oakland Shelter (SOS) is proud to announce that its 5th annual Big Boy “Dancing with the Detroit Stars” event will be held Saturday, November 23rd, commencing at 7 PM at The Townsend Hotel in Birmingham, Michigan. Metro Detroit media personalities and other local celebrities will pair up with professional dancers for a spectacular Celebrity Dance Competition. Proceeds from the event will benefit homeless men, women, and children who receive care and assistance each year at South Oakland Shelter. Last year, Dancing with the Detroit Stars raised a record $114,000!

Join Master of Ceremonies Paul W. Smith from News/Talk WJR 760, TV Personality Lila Lazarus, Nicole and Norman Yatooma, Tara and Dr. Steve Grekin of the Grekin Skin Institute, Victoria Liggett from Big Boy Restaurants, Nikki Serras of Scavolini by Cucina Moda, and Rod Alberts from the Detroit Automobile Dealers Association. The event is co-chaired by Jennie and Bill Cook along with Motown Recording Artist KEM!

Come for an evening filled with dancing, music, a silent auction, strolling dinner and cocktails. Be sure to wear dancing shoes because once the competition ends, the floor is yours!

Proud sponsors of the event include Arthur Murray Dance Studio Royal Oak, Gail & Rice, Hour Detroit, PNC Bank, Grekin Skin Institute, Charity Motors, Allied Bindery, Detroit Auto Dealers Association, Dick Huavere’s Chrysler, the Boutros Companies and Zim’s Vodka.

For more information including sponsorship opportunities and ticket sales please visit, or call Kristina at 248-809-3773.


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